[maemo-users] [maemo-users] Media Streamer limitations...

From: Matthew Bassett matthew.bassett+maemo.lists1 at gmail.com
Date: Mon Nov 27 16:11:44 EET 2006
I can report that it also works with TwonkyVision server
satisfactorily (www.twonkyvision.com). My understanding is that
UPnP/DNLA is a standard and the standards body actually holds
interoperability meetings where the various vendors/developers can get
together and get certified. Possibly this might not be so easy for
individuals working on Free SW to sort out, but there are Free SW
companies who also work on such things.

On 11/27/06, Martin Grimme <mgrimme at online.de> wrote:
> Hi,
> Jonathan Greene schrieb:
> > I just really started to explore the media streamer app and have
> > discovered that it's pretty limited in browsing a library.  I can only
> > get about two screen scrolls down which is not very helpful on a large
> > library.
> >
> > are people using this much?  What's the trick?  I could use a two step
> > process with slim server and the audio player, but would prefer the
> > all in one solution if it at all possible.
> I had exactly the same problem with media streamer when using
> gmediaserver as UPnP server. I then switched to fuppes [1] and the
> problem disappeared. Besides fuppes and gmediaserver I couldn't find
> any UPnP media server for Linux which worked with media streamer.
> Seems like UPnP is not a standard but a recommendation which leaves
> too much room for free interpretation by the particular implementations.
> Regards,
> Martin
> [1] http://fuppes.sourceforge.net
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