I recently purchased a new Samsung LCD TV and it had a DLNA feature that I was interested in. DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is a standard used to stream media over a network. This would be nifty in my home network to share all the music, video and pictures on my media server through the other devices in my home.
Unfortunately, Samsung's included software was finicky with my library and would crash while trying to build a library of media. I also tried a few other DLNA media server applications such as TVersity and Serviio, but none seemed to work as easily and nicely as Mezzmo. Mezzmo's setup was a breeze and it scanned my rather large library relatively quick.
So if you're in the market for a good DLNA media server application, you should check out www.mezzmo.com. They offer a free 15-day trial, so you can try before you buy at the reasonable price of $24.95.
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