TVersity Media Server is a DLNA media server software designed for streaming video, audio and images to your DLNA device (including game consoles, smart TVs, Blu-ray players, and Roku), to mobile devices and to Chromecast. It also supports web content including Adobe Flash based content, Podcasts, RSS feeds and more.
First released in May of 2005 as a UPnP A/V Media Server (and later updated to a DLNA media server), the TVersity Media Server was the first media server to support on-the-fly transcoding so that virtually any content could play on any supported device. This real-time tranbscoding has been a unique feature of TVersity for many years and remains one of its distinguishing capabilities to date.
Full Featured DLNA Media Server --- TVersity is a leading UPnP A/V and DLNA Media Server (since 2005).
Personal Media --- Access your collection of photos, music and videos on any supported device.
Online Content --- Play Internet audio, image and video streams and RSS/RDF/ATOM/OPML feeds and podcasts on your TV, Stereo and other connected devices.
Play Premium Internet content on your TV --- A full list of supported sites is available here
Supports Many Devices --- Use the same server for TV and mobile devices whether they support UPnP AV / DLNA or just have a web browser or an RSS/Podcast Reader, this makes TVersity a truly universal media server.
Play your ENTIRE media collection on your connected devices --- Virtually any content that plays on yout PC can be played on any of the supported devices disregarding their codec limitations, thanks to on-the-fly transcoding.
Automatic Real-time Seamless Transcoding --- Let the Media Server automatically detect when a given media needs to be transcoded for playback on your media player, and in the same time avoid transcoding when unnecessary.
Personalized Media Library --- TVersity indexes your photos, music, and videos automatically, watches your folders for changes and gives you all the tools you need to easily manage your media library.
Very fast browsing of your media library --- The Media Server has a very fast response time, with unprecedented speed for huge libraries (up to 100,000 items and more).
Fast and Advanced search capabilities --- The Media Server supports keyword searching as well as advanced search experssions with ultra fast response times.
Easy to use Graphical User Interface --- Control the media server locally or remotely by running the GUI as a desktop application or within a web browser.
Command line interface --- Command line tools are available for automating tasks and integration with other tools.
REST API - The Media Server can be easily integrated with other tools and participate in custom workflows, thanks to its advanced REST API.
Supports multiple devices simultaneously --- Connect every room with a TV and other connected devices to the same media server, each device gets the metadata and media in a form optimized specifically for it.
Support for all leading tagging formats and then some --- ID3v1, ID3v2, Ogg Vorbis comments in Ogg, FLAC, and MPC/Ape, iTunes AAC tags, MPEG4 tags, ASF tags (WMA, WMV, DVR-MS).
Intuitive Navigation that is fully customizable --- Finally a media server that organizes your media properly, maintaining the order of songs, supporting extensive navigation criteria and doing it all very fast, while still allowing you to tweak the menus via tagging.
Manage cache of transcoded media --- No need to transcode the same media twice.
Pause Live Internet feeds just like with Tivo --- Watching live Internet TV and listening to live radio stations have never been so much fun.
Runs as a service --- You no longer need to log on to your computer for the media server to start.
Raw digital camera image support --- crw, cr2, nef, nrw, mrw, orf, raf, dng, erf, x3f, dcr arw, raw, kdc.
Supports Plugins --- Plugins allow integration with external media sources. The software ships with an iTunes plugin for automatic importing of your iTunes library (including playlists) and for staying in synch with it.
You can learn more about the features of the media server here.