From MediaMall Technologies, Inc.
PlayOn is a DLNA/UPnP media server and browser that navigates content from online providers, and presents them to DLNA networked media devices. In plain English, this means you can use your game console or networked television to access content from providers like YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, CBS, ESPN, and CNN. The PC software pulls in the media streams, in the same way as your web browser, and then sends them directly over your home network to your device, even converting their formats on the fly to make sure the devices can play them. Simple as that. PlayOn leverages the existing browser and UPnP functions of game consoles and networked televisions, and uses the PC in the middle to bring in the content from the Web, passing it over your home network to the device.
PlayOn is simple to install and easy to use. To enjoy PlayOn, you need a networked PC, and a WiiIn BETA, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Moxi HD DVR, NETGEAR Digital Entertainer Live, or another supported device. PlayOn also enables you to stream your personal videos, photos and music from your PC to your Home Entertainment Center. It takes less than 3 minutes to set up let us show you how.
Features and Changes:
- Fixed Amazon VOD not working.
- Fixed 100% CPU usage when discovering UPnP devices that return invalid xml.
- Fixed Hulu black bars on some players when performance is Auto/Max.
- Fixed incompatibility with some scripts/plugins causing mobile browsing to stop working.
- Mobile Access Automatic mode may cause problems with some routers; use Manual mode instead.
- Mobile images navigation not yet supported.
- Mobile audio resources may fail playback with a blank page instead of showing the error message video.
- My Media (Beta) currently supports limited audio and video codecs.
- iTunes M4A music files won't play correctly to Xbox 360.
- Wii interface not optimized for SDTV's (4:3).
- TVs with overscan may crop video borders.
- YouTube subscriptions and playlists are limited to 50 videos.
# Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or later), Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows Server 2003/Windows Home Server (Service Pack 1 or later). 64-bit versions of Windows are also supported.
# Windows Internet Explorer 7 or later
# Windows Med
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