Comptibility

Tucker Kern edited this page Dec 24, 2018 · 42 revisions

Android

Windows

  • Windows Media 'Play To' feature works fine as well. It allows you to play multiple audio tracks to multiple devices, but not in sync.
  • Windows 8/8.1 will show devices and can play both audio and video. Some apps like Xbox Music won't show the device even though it's installed when they play certain DRM protected content.
  • Windows 8.1 RT with Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-N Network controller drivers V14.62.17215.91 won't properly receive UDP packets and therefore uPNP packets, so won't find the devices.
  • Foobar2000 with UPnP/DLNA Renderer, Server, Control Point component.

Mac OSX

  • Linn Kinsky - works quite well as DLNA Controller. Browse music provided by a DLNA music server (like minidlna), or your local Files. ITunes plug in didn't work with me. Understands OpenHome.
  • Linn Kazoo. Works also pretty fine. But has less functionality than Kinsky.

iOS

  • Kinsky works very well. Like Kinsky for Mac OSX (See above.)
  • MediaController works as DLNA server, renderer and Controller. Serve your local music files via the DLNA protocol, control a renderer or render music on your iPhone. Works good with the gmediarender-resurrect. Does not understand OpenHome.

BlackBerry OS

  • Native music player. Playback works; no volume control on the client side.
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