How to Stream Media from Your Mac or Windows PC to Any DLNA Device with iSedora Media Server 1.7.5
If you have a lot of media files on your computer and you want to enjoy them on your TV, DVD player, game console or any other DLNA compatible device, you need a media server software that can stream them over your home network. One of the best options for this is iSedora Media Server 1.7.5, a powerful and easy-to-use DLNA streaming server for Mac and Windows.
iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 can stream any video, music, photo or PDF file from your computer to any DLNA device, without any format or codec limitations. It can also transcode the media files on the fly, so you don't have to worry about compatibility issues or quality loss. You can also adjust the transcoding settings for optimal performance and quality.
iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 supports all major media formats, including AVI, MKV, MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-PS/TS, XVID, WMV, ASF, Flash, VP8/9 video; lossless audio; all image formats and RAW camera formats; and SRT / ASS / DVD subtitles. It also has a built-in PDF viewer that lets you browse PDF documents on your TV screen.
iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 is compatible with a wide range of DLNA devices, such as Sony Bravia, Playstation 3/4, LG, Samsung, Panasonic and many others. It also has a simple and intuitive user interface that lets you configure your media library and devices easily.
To use iSedora Media Server 1.7.5, you just need to download and install it on your Mac or Windows PC, add the folders that contain your media files to the library, and select the devices that you want to stream to. You can also customize the device settings for each device separately.
iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 is available as a free trial for 30 days, after which you need to purchase a license to continue using it. The license costs $49 for one computer and $99 for up to five computers.
If you are looking for a simple and powerful way to stream your media files from your computer to any DLNA device in your home network, you should give iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 a try. You will be amazed by how easy and enjoyable it is to watch your movies, listen to your music and share your photos on your TV screen.
How to Install and Configure iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 on Your Computer
Installing and configuring iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 on your computer is very easy and straightforward. Here are the steps you need to follow:
Download the installer for your operating system from the official website: https://www.isedora.com/downloads
Run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You can choose the default settings or customize them according to your preferences.
After the installation is complete, launch iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 from your applications folder or start menu.
The first time you run iSedora Media Server 1.7.5, you will see a welcome screen that will guide you through the initial setup. You can also access this screen later by clicking on the \"Help\" menu and selecting \"Welcome Screen\".
The welcome screen will ask you to add some folders to your media library. These are the folders that contain your media files that you want to stream to your DLNA devices. You can add as many folders as you want, and you can also remove or edit them later.
After adding some folders to your media library, you will see a list of detected DLNA devices on your home network. You can select the devices that you want to stream to by checking or unchecking the boxes next to their names. You can also rename or delete them later.
For each device that you want to stream to, you can also customize its settings by clicking on the \"Settings\" button next to its name. You can adjust the transcoding options, such as video resolution, bitrate, framerate, audio channels, etc., as well as other options, such as subtitles language, PDF zoom level, etc.
After configuring your media library and devices, you are ready to start streaming. You can access your media files from your DLNA devices by browsing the iSedora Media Server 1.7.5 icon on their menus.
You can also change any of these settings later by clicking on the \"Preferences\" menu and selecting \"Library\" or \"Devices\". You can also check for updates, view logs, contact support and access other options from the \"Preferences\" menu. 0efd9a6b88