|Op. System:||Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinOther,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP,Other|
|File size:||51.89 MB|
|Publisher:||TVble Media Server|
Publisher description for TVble
What is TVble? TVble is a DLNA digital media server that serves content streamed from torrent files. It is a software product that is compatible with Microsoft Windows Operating system. What is the benefit of TVble? It allows you to watch, view or listen to content that is downloaded from bitorrent sources straight onto your TV (or other DLNA digital media players) What is DLNA and do I have it? You already own at least one DLNA device, so you might as well get the most of it! In short DLNA was developed to enable sharing of digital media between multimedia devices. This includes devices such as: Smart TV PC Network Attached Storage (NAS) Stereos Home Theatre Wireless monitors Game consoles (Wii/PS3/Xbox etc) Audio/Video receivers Remote speakers Internet Tables (IPad/Iphone/Android etc) How It Works What kind of devices does DLNA define? There are quite a few certified device classes within the DLNA standard, the most interesting ones are: Digital Media server (DMS) - These devices store content and make it available to networked digital media players (DMP) and digital media renderers (DMR). Examples include PCs and network-attached storage (NAS) devices. Digital Media Player (DMP): These devices find content on digital media servers (DMS) and provide playback and rendering capabilities. Examples include TVs, stereos and home theatres, wireless monitors and game consoles. Digital Media Renderer (DMR): These devices play content received from a digital media controller (DMC), which will find content from a digital media server (DMS). Examples include TVs, audio/video receivers, video displays and remote speakers for music. This partial list was sourced from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Living_Network_Alliance How does TVble fit it? TVble is a Digital media server that allows you to serve data (video/images/music) to any compatible Digital media player – in most cases this will be you smart TV or tablet.