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PlayOn 2.59 was created to provide you with a DLNA/UPnP media server and browser that navigates content from online from 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.
- The download is a fully functional trial and is free to use for 14 days, but once it expires, you'll have to purchase a license to continue using it
- PlayOn is simple to install and easy to use.
- 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.
- This is a shareware
- Microsoft Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or later), Windows Vista, or Windows Server 2003/Windows Home Server (Service Pack 1 or later). 64-bit versions of Windows are also supported
- Windows Internet Explorer 6 or later (7 is highly recommended, 8 not yet tested)
- Windows Media Player 11.0 or later
- "Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration" is recommended to be disabled on Windows Server 2003 and WHS
- Installation includes the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (Service Pack 1) if needed
- Minimum 1.5 GHz dual-core x86 processor1
- 512 MB RAM1
- 100 MB of available disk space for installation, plus recommended 4-5 GB extra space on the same drive where Windows is installed
- Internet broadband connection of at least 1.5 Mbps, and home network with wired, powerline, or 802.11n connections (for wireless home networks with 802.11g, either the PC or device should be on a wired connection)2
- Third-party security software must be configured to allow full local and online network access to C:Program FilesMediaMallMediaMallServer.exe3
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