Santa Barbara, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/12/2010 -- Since the debut of Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac 1.0, it has already caused many heated disputes and discussions particularly about the popular device, DLNA-TV. In terms of DLNA, also called Digital Living Network Alliance, it is a protocol which enable entertainment devices within the home to share their content with each other across a home network. Instead of enjoying the movie on the little PC monitor in your office, you could see them on the large flat-panel TV at home or even share on portable devices such as cell phone, PSP, iPod, camcorder and on the go.
There are some questions like this: “I just got a LCD Series 7 TV, also got the DLNA running and I am pulling down music and videos off my computer. With DLNA I watched a few on my TV. Very Cool! But, I can not understand what video formats are supported.” Calm down, the following is intended to present the ultimate solution of successfully transfer movies to DLNA-TV.
First of all, you should find and determine the videos you will share on DLNA-TV. Certainly, these videos may originate from the camcorder, internet, podcast, movie library, burned DVDs, and anywhere. Suppose that now you want to share with your families your favorite movie stored in a Blu-ray disc you rented. Which steps you should take into account? After the preparation of your videos, it is time to choose a DLNA Media Server for Windows, Mac OS X or Linux, which depends on what operation system you are using. Here shows several servers, free or not, including GMediaServer, Fuppes, Frankly, Yahoo Music Jukebox, JRiver Media Center, etc. Frankly, any of the media servers works as a network attached storage (NAS), a certified digital media server (DMS), in which you are allowed to store your movie collection.
Next, In relation to the video/audio formats compatible with DLNA-TV, it only supports file formats including AVI, MP4, MPG, VRO, VOB, H.264, AC3, PCM and AAC. If someone wants to share the Blu-ray movies, what should he do? Thanks to the emergence of Aunsoft iMedia Converter, it allows users to rip the Blu-ray movies to the formats being supported by DLNA. As everybody says, Aunsoft products have powerful capacities in terms of its detailed and optimized output format profile. (Note: You also need a laptop or desktop for keeping the media server, Aunsoft iMedia Converter or some other DLNA accessories.)
Last, make sure that you have a home network, wired or wireless, and you are ready to get started. That’s because DLNA Certified devices today connect, discover and communicate with each other over a home network, like the one you might already have for sharing your broadhand internet. Of course, if you like, you can go and buy the new DLNA Certified products like Samsung PC Share Manager Software available on the market. Once you have those connected to your home network, you can use the TV’ remote to call up and play the video on your DLNA Certified TV.