What I meant is that we have a MP2 plugin called UPnP Render that can play media from DLNA servers if I remember correctly. I don't know the current state of the plugin though.I'm looking into the uPnP AV and DLNA stuff at the moment to see what functionality is the same or similar and what is different and whats required.
That's why MP2 probably never will be certified.Certification isnt cheap either!
Yes, that was also the idea, but it is a big job as all TV's, software etc. seems to not do everything exactly the same and sometimes even have custom extensions to DLNA standard.all media available to everyone in the house
I think you need to pay a license to get access to the documentation. If you search the internet really thoroughly you can find it though. The developer that wrote that is no longer active but I guess he had access to that documentation.DLNA Requirement [7.3.30-37]
This has low priority. Basically it works but needs to be tested with different devices and some bug fixing will also be needed.//TODO: Unknown how to implement this
I see the PS3 media server source is online which might shed some light although its in Java, its shouldn't be too hard to convert to C#?
As I said, it should basically work but needs testing. If we find bugs though, we could maybe find the solution in that code.This site also has some DLNA code