KooRaRoo Media 184.108.40.206 esteve disponível como oferta em 5 de fevereiro de 2014
KooRaRoo Media é um servidor de DLNA e organizador de mídia que permite que você faça streaming de vídeos, música e arquivos de imagens para todos os dispositivos DLNA na sua rede doméstica, incluindo TVs, reprodutores de BluRay, sistemas de home theater, receptores de áudio-vídeo, consoles de jogos, players de mídia, tablets e smart phones.
KooRaRoo vem com um transcodificador que automaticamente converte arquivos que não sejam compatíveis com o seu dispositivo. Ele também inclui diversos meios de controle de conteúdo (controle do que os seus filhos acessam, por exemplo) para limitar determinadas mídias de serem enviados para determinados dispositivos.
Diversos recursos de organização incluem uma variedade de playlist manuais e automáticas, assim como a liberdade de rearrumar o layout da sua biblioteca de mídia. Suporte a múltiplos streams de áudio e vídeo por arquivo assim como o seu idioma preferido de áudio. Permite a reprodução de discos de DVD como um único filme. E diversos outros recursos!
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@1 - Streaming of YouTube (and other online) videos is a planned feature. You can stream online radio now and this will be expanded into video as well.
@2 - You can't really stream to the Xbox while you are playing because the Xbox won't let you split screen between the game and the video you are streaming (at least as far as I know). KooRaRoo does have many advantages over the built-in server in Windows. It will use CPU and memory when adding and processing files, but once that's done, you shouldn't see any CPU/memory usage, unless files are being transcoded during streaming.
@3 - If you check the forums, you'll see that I try to answer as soon as I can - typically within 12 hours. Support gets replied to even quicker in normal circumstances. If you have a specific question, I'd be happy to elaborate here or on our forums/support system.
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So for what it does it deserves a THUMBS UP.
There is also a FREE version of this app:
That being said, I was wondering why pay money for an app like this GAOTD if you can do more or less the same things for FREE.....
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@6 - Thank you! :)
@7 - Yes, the "trial" is there until you restart the server (after you enter the license code). The Xbox should allow you to play all files in a folder, I'll need to fire mine up to check, but if you go into the menu (using the remote) while playing a file, it should have an option to play either one or multiple. You can also push files from KRR's GUI to the Xbox, if you wanted to, using the Remote Player pane.
@8 - No, sorry, KRR needs to build up a media library. This allows it to use metadata stored in files to build up dynamic playlists based on that metadata (you can of course create your own playlists as well). KRR provides a function to automatically sync up your disk folders with the library either in real-time or at a set interval, so it'll be very close or always on the spot with your updates. With building up a library first, how would that server know which files to transcode? Does it read file containers, codecs, subtitles, etc... on-the-fly?
@9 - Yes, there are always alternatives, but I believe that KRR has a unique set of features as well as support for many devices and I stand behind the product by providing personal support to users as quickly and professionally as I can. All for a price of a couple of lunches :)
@10 - No, not at the moment, but this a planned feature.
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I tried this software several months ago and the main reason was it supports direct streaming and transcoding of ripped DVD folders (i.e. VIDEO_TS). I archive my DVDs on a server and hoped to directly stream them without first converting them to a video file. Things didn't quite work for me as there were (and still are) issues with some main movies not properly picked out of their folder (remember a DVD contains many video streams) and forced subtitles not supported. I am not sure there is a good alternative for this application on the market today (in response to Giovanni's point). I don't think Plex supports this.
I will say that I spent several weeks trying to get my application to work and Dennis' support was EXCEPTIONAL. He was easy to contact and I would often email him a problem in the evening (Canada) and would have a response and sometimes a patch from him waiting for me in the morning. I was extremely impressed with the support level I received. No one should be concerned about the integrity level of this company (speaking to comment #3).
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I read comments 1-14(all that was posted at this time)and I must say people had some very valuable questions and suggestions, but that being said you answered admirably and in a timely manner. I wish more developers were like you. Thank you for this and hope to see more from you here in the future.
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