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I've SLIGHTLY got it working with RDP, since I haven't found a client to playback my DLNA stream. Using the remote desktop, and I have Media Player Classic installed, and that seems to play everything back just fine, even 1080p streams (the monitor is only 1440x900 though). I have it set to 800x600 res, which has helped some. It's still a little jumpy, but watchable to a 2 year old.

I'll look into TVersity if I must. I"m just really stubborn thats all. I paid a lot of money for my playon DLNA server, since nobody could give me alternatives at the time, so I'm honestly quite hellbent on keeping the software I paid good money for and not bypassing it if I can avoid it. It does do transcoding.....the problem is getting a client that can actually read said DLNA server. Not really entirely sure what I'm doing wrong.

Anyway, at least its halfway fixed. I guess goodenough.jpg?
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I've SLIGHTLY got it working with RDP, since I haven't found a client to playback my DLNA stream. Using the remote desktop, and I have Media Player Classic installed, and that seems to play everything back just fine, even 1080p streams (the monitor is only 1440x900 though). I have it set to 800x600 res, which has helped some. It's still a little jumpy, but watchable to a 2 year old.
I'll look into TVersity if I must. I"m just really stubborn thats all. I paid a lot of money for my playon DLNA server, since nobody could give me alternatives at the time, so I'm honestly quite hellbent on keeping the software I paid good money for and not bypassing it if I can avoid it. It does do transcoding.....the problem is getting a client that can actually read said DLNA server. Not really entirely sure what I'm doing wrong.
Anyway, at least its halfway fixed. I guess goodenough.jpg?

Does your client PC not run XBMCbuntu Live CD any good (ie the computer itself too slow for XBMC or is it Windows itself causing the bottleneck? I suspect it's the latter)?

Anyway, glad you've got a half-working solution, even if it is a bit like using Microsoft Word as a HTML editor. tongue.gif
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I've SLIGHTLY got it working with RDP, since I haven't found a client to playback my DLNA stream. Using the remote desktop, and I have Media Player Classic installed, and that seems to play everything back just fine, even 1080p streams (the monitor is only 1440x900 though). I have it set to 800x600 res, which has helped some. It's still a little jumpy, but watchable to a 2 year old.
I'll look into TVersity if I must. I"m just really stubborn thats all. I paid a lot of money for my playon DLNA server, since nobody could give me alternatives at the time, so I'm honestly quite hellbent on keeping the software I paid good money for and not bypassing it if I can avoid it. It does do transcoding.....the problem is getting a client that can actually read said DLNA server. Not really entirely sure what I'm doing wrong.
Anyway, at least its halfway fixed. I guess goodenough.jpg?

Does your client PC not run XBMCbuntu Live CD any good (ie the computer itself too slow for XBMC or is it Windows itself causing the bottleneck? I suspect it's the latter)?

Anyway, glad you've got a half-working solution, even if it is a bit like using Microsoft Word as a HTML editor. tongue.gif

The machine itself can run XBMC and play the DLNA fine. The menu's are laggy pretty badly...but the media itself plays back just fine. The problem is the lack of playback options with videos. There's no way to setup shuffle / repeat in a specific folder in XBMC, which I absolutely MUST have, so I can just turn on a season of Spongebob, and let it go all night on repeat.
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The machine itself can run XBMC and play the DLNA fine. The menu's are laggy pretty badly...but the media itself plays back just fine. The problem is the lack of playback options with videos. There's no way to setup shuffle / repeat in a specific folder in XBMC, which I absolutely MUST have, so I can just turn on a season of Spongebob, and let it go all night on repeat.

I don't mean to be rude, but I've already told you how to do this: you just right click on the content.

In fact had you even bothered looking into this before giving up you'd have seen the top Google result was a detailed wiki on the various different library features XBMC has: http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Playlists

As I've said before, I use them all the time at house parties (the right click queue method) when everyone is drunk - so they're really very easy to use. (and please bare in mind that my girlfriend think RDP is voodoo technology and gets weirded out whenever she sees it in action, yet copes with XBMC queues happily).

I appreciate that RDP may be your preferred solution, but at least give the suggestions offered in this thread a fair try before dismissing them. After all, these solutions are purpose built to solve your problem where as RDP is not designed for this in the slightest - hence why it keeps failing hard.
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I paid a lot of money for my playon DLNA server, since nobody could give me alternatives at the time, so I'm honestly quite hellbent on keeping the software I paid good money for and not bypassing it if I can avoid it.

So if your server machine got fried, would you just keep hitting the power button until it worked too? Because it must because it still has a power button and you sunk a lot of money into it?


Weve all made bad choices, if there are better options/solutions than what your using now... why not use them? Youre only making it hard on yourself!
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I paid a lot of money for my playon DLNA server, since nobody could give me alternatives at the time, so I'm honestly quite hellbent on keeping the software I paid good money for and not bypassing it if I can avoid it.

So if your server machine got fried, would you just keep hitting the power button until it worked too? Because it must because it still has a power button and you sunk a lot of money into it?


Weve all made bad choices, if there are better options/solutions than what your using now... why not use them? Youre only making it hard on yourself!

Please explain to me the better choices then, on how I can stream Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, Pandora, all the other channels I get on there that I haven't even explored yet, and my media.....all over DLNA on one server?
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Please explain to me the better choices then, on how I can stream Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, Pandora, all the other channels I get on there that I haven't even explored yet, and my media.....all over DLNA on one server?

XBMC on Windows actually supports all of those. There really is an XBMC plugin for most things these days.

However you've still not said if you've looked into XBMC libraries / queues again? Or Subsonic (which will run in parallel with Playon quite happily)?
If XBMC does run on that PC anyway, then I really do think 5 minutes spent looking into queues (and it really shouldn't take much more than that) would have saved you hours of frustration. smile.gif
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Please explain to me the better choices then, on how I can stream Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, Pandora, all the other channels I get on there that I haven't even explored yet, and my media.....all over DLNA on one server?

XBMC on Windows actually supports all of those. There really is an XBMC plugin for most things these days.

However you've still not said if you've looked into XBMC libraries / queues again? Or Subsonic (which will run in parallel with Playon quite happily)?
If XBMC does run on that PC anyway, then I really do think 5 minutes spent looking into queues (and it really shouldn't take much more than that) would have saved you hours of frustration. smile.gif

I tried Subsonic and told you what happened. Nothing happened because it didn't work. I have no idea why.

I tried out queues as well on XBMC. No thanks. Not really interested in going through every single Spongebob episode and right clicking each one individually. That takes far too much time to setup. It's much easier to just open the folder and hit play all with WMP, or right click and play in Winamp for winamp. As that's a nice and quick, easy way to play all the files in one folder. Rick clicking each individual file is too time consuming.

And I did look into the XBMC plugins before I bought playon. Most of the ones we wanted (Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, etc) were extremely half baked and didn't even function correctly with the remote. Some did work, but I don't recall which ones were the good and bad.
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I tried Subsonic and told you what happened. Nothing happened because it didn't work. I have no idea why.
That's not telling me what happened, that's as good as telling me nothing. It's akin to people who ring up tech support saying "I got an error but i closed it before reading it".
At which point did it fail specifically? Did you check the logs? There's so much information you could glean to help us but didn't.
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I tried out queues as well on XBMC. No thanks. Not really interested in going through every single Spongebob episode and right clicking each one individually.
So instead you'd rather use a crappy kludge that doesn't work properly and then spend hours QQing on here that you cannot perform the impossible? Smart move mate rolleyes.gif

Also, if you bothered to follow our advice rather than creating this retarded thread then proceeding to ignore every single person then you'd see you don't have to right click every episode. But then why should i bother helping you when it's pretty obvious you don't want to help yourself?

Sorry for being so blunt but I really am getting fed up with how thankless this thread has become. Quite frankly, I'd have expected better from a forum mod.
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Most of the ones we wanted (Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, etc) were extremely half baked and didn't even function correctly with the remote. Some did work, but I don't recall which ones were the good and bad.
Fair enough there, XBMC addons can be a little hit and miss. I run Linux XBMC so cannot test the Silverlight powered plugins unfortunately (which was the reason I closed my Netflix account less then one month after signing up)
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I tried Subsonic and told you what happened. Nothing happened because it didn't work. I have no idea why.
That's not telling me what happened, that's as good as telling me nothing. It's akin to people who ring up tech support saying "I got an error but i closed it before reading it".
At which point did it fail specifically? Did you check the logs? There's so much information you could glean to help us but didn't.
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I tried out queues as well on XBMC. No thanks. Not really interested in going through every single Spongebob episode and right clicking each one individually.
So instead you'd rather use a crappy kludge that doesn't work properly and then spend hours QQing on here that you cannot perform the impossible? Smart move mate rolleyes.gif

Also, if you bothered to follow our advice rather than creating this retarded thread then proceeding to ignore every single person then you'd see you don't have to right click every episode. But then why should i bother helping you when it's pretty obvious you don't want to help yourself?

Sorry for being so blunt but I really am getting fed up with how thankless this thread has become. Quite frankly, I'd have expected better from a forum mod.
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Most of the ones we wanted (Netflix, Hulu, Youtube, etc) were extremely half baked and didn't even function correctly with the remote. Some did work, but I don't recall which ones were the good and bad.
Fair enough there, XBMC addons can be a little hit and miss. I run Linux XBMC so cannot test the Silverlight powered plugins unfortunately (which was the reason I closed my Netflix account less then one month after signing up)

Wait a second here...... I'll go through this in order to make sure I don't miss any points I wanted to make.....

1) I appologize for my lack of knowledge in regards to DLNA servers such as Subsonic. I have only ever setup playon. Playon works, Subsonic did not. I added my media folders to the library in the web interface, and it kept saying that there was no media present. Aka, it didn't work. I couldn't find logs, as it was uninstalled quite quickly since there was no way to get my media to read on it.

2) When I first started setting up my DLNA server almost a year and a half ago, I got ZERO responses to my questions on how to set it up. Quite literally. I bumped it for about a week...there were no responses, so I went and bought playon....and it worked. It just flat out worked. My TV reads it natively, my HTPC's read it because my HTPC's use XBMC. This "project' I have going right now isn't a massive priority. Our 2 year old can deal with jittery Spongebob for all I care about, he's 2. When we can afford a better machine in its place, it'll be ran like every other HTPC in the house more than likely (reading the file shares, DLNA use for Netflix, Hulu, etc....the online stuff).

Also, nobody has ONCE told me how to setup XBMC to do what I'm wanting (easy way to play everything in a folder with the click of a button). I was told to use the mouse, and setup a queue. I did that, and it requires me to do it manually.....one movie file (episode) at a time. So to me personally, its not as easy as a click of a button...which is why I was saying XBMC is a no go.

3) I do apologize if it seems I'm being "thankless". And....not to be rude, but I have nothing to say thank you for as of yet, as I still don't have something that works properly. None of the advice given so far has either A) functioned at all or B) functioned with "ease of use". There's no reason to bring up that I'm a moderator, I am no different than any other member. I was asking a question on how to do something, and I was hoping for responses and help...not personal attacks.
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