Difference between revisions of "DLNA"

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1.  A Device (a server)
 
1.  A Device (a server)
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2.  A Renderer (the client)
 
2.  A Renderer (the client)
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3.  A Control Point (something like a remote control)
 
3.  A Control Point (something like a remote control)
  
 
Our UPnP Server is a "Device" (#1 above).
 
Our UPnP Server is a "Device" (#1 above).
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More information on UPnP can be found in the article on [http://wiki.jrmediacenter.com/index.php/UPnP_Server_and_Devices_%28Media_Receivers%29 UPnP Server].
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[[Category: Frequently Asked Questions]]

Revision as of 09:56, 10 December 2009

Beginning at about build 100 of J. River Media Center, DLNA support began to be more reliable. You will need to set the UPnP Server to "DLNA".

DLNA is a super-set of UPnP. In UPnP protocol, there are three components:

1. A Device (a server)

2. A Renderer (the client)

3. A Control Point (something like a remote control)

Our UPnP Server is a "Device" (#1 above).

More information on UPnP can be found in the article on UPnP Server.