1. AC Question's Avatar
    I have an issue where my dlna renderer sometimes does not broadcast itself as available but does actually play media when sent to its IP. Twonky server saves details and can send media at any time using these saved details (even when renderer does not appear available) but my client android apps rely on detection of renderers first. If there was a client I could use that saves IP info so I could always select the renderer, this would solve problems with my renderer disappearing from my network. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    10-18-2015 06:46 AM
  2. bonapardo's Avatar
    I resolved this, not by using an app (though that would still be a useful feature), but by installing bubbleupnp server on my NAS. This allows renderers to be set up as OpenHome renderers, with bubbleupnp server on the NAS acting as playlist host. Now my renderer (a WDTV Live) always has its bubbleupnp OpenHome version available even when the native renderer disappears from view.

    OpenHome shared playlists are great so I would recommend bubbleupnp server for this feature alone. Unfortunately WDTV Live can't play gapless but bubbleupnp server supports that too. It was very easy to install on my old qnap NAS (TS-112).
    10-18-2015 12:25 PM

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