[HOW-TO] Using DLNA Feature to stream 'to' our players.
I noticed that some of our users have problems with the DLNA feature of Windows Media Player to stream to our players. So here's a short how-to on this subject.
First, you should of course be connected to the network and have an IP. In addition, DLNA DMR feature has to be enabled in the SETUP -> SYSTEM -> DLNA DMR. You can also change the 'device name' - important for 1).
1.) In your Windows network environment, you see now an extra device called Realtek embedded UPnP Render () - among other devices (usually at the bottom)
2.) Double click on this device - Windows will install the correct drivers automatically for the device.
3.) Start Windows Media Player and choose one of your media files. Click with the right mouse button on it and choose 'play to' and then your player (Realtek embedded UPnP Render ())
4.) the media file will now be played to (pushed to) your AC Ryan media player.
For more information on how-to activate this feature in windows media player please refer to:http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/wind ... ream-media
NOTE: in some cases it's needed to first deactivate DLNA DMR and re-enable it in SETUP -> SYSTEM -> DLNA DMR