Difference between revisions of "Servers"

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[http://wiki.jrmediacenter.com/index.php/TiVo Tivo Server] can serve MC's library to a TiVo.
 
[http://wiki.jrmediacenter.com/index.php/TiVo Tivo Server] can serve MC's library to a TiVo.
  
UPnP Server can serve MC's library to a UPnP device, sometimes called a Media Receiver.
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[http://wiki.jrmediacenter.com/index.php/UPnP_Server_and_Devices_%28Media_Receivers%29 UPnP Server] can serve MC's library to a UPnP device, sometimes called a Media Receiver.
  
 
Remote Server is a small web server built into MC, and allows MC to be controlled from a web browser running on another PC.
 
Remote Server is a small web server built into MC, and allows MC to be controlled from a web browser running on another PC.

Revision as of 15:58, 22 April 2008

J. River Media Center includes several servers.

Library Server, formerly called Media Server, can serve a media collection on one PC, so it can be played with another copy of MC on another PC anywhere on the Internet.

Tivo Server can serve MC's library to a TiVo.

UPnP Server can serve MC's library to a UPnP device, sometimes called a Media Receiver.

Remote Server is a small web server built into MC, and allows MC to be controlled from a web browser running on another PC.

The first three servers are located in MC's tree, under Services and Plug-ins, and that is where they are configured.

Remote Server is configured in MC's Options under Startup.