My DLNA demo

September 24th, 2009

Here’s my DLNA demo. If you don’t know what DLNA stands for check it out.

If you don’t feel like watching I use a Nokia N85 and Samsung Omnia to take some pictures. Then I get a DLNA enabled TV to grab photos from them without using a computer, TV out cables or memory card reader. The only thing connected to the TV is a network cable and power cable. The TV is a LCD LED edge lit Samsung UN55B8000 TV.

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4 Comments Add your own

    alt0160@HoFo  |  September 28th, 2009 at 10:37 pm

    That’s such a sexy tv. you made a good choice going with Samsung.
    I’ve been using an A750 for the past couple years.. excellent quality on Samsungs..

    RN  |  October 3rd, 2009 at 1:59 am

    Hi Howard, you did a great video demo: thanks! And I’m glad it works great!

    I have a Samsung LE37B651 TV, comes with DLNA too and a N81 Nokia phone. I was still unable to pair them, but I’m trying to figure what I’m doing wrong, if this setup is compatible at all.
    Did you updated your TV firmware after purchasing it already? or is it still the factory firmware?

    One more question: do you have any thoughts on any good NAS solution that would be compatible with your TV, via DLNA perhaps?

    I have tried the bundled CD with that share manager application from Samsung on a Windows PC. Works great via DLNA, but I’m looking for a NAS or cheaper linux box to hold my media 24/7 over the network.

    best regards

    Henry  |  October 9th, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    great demo on the dnla howard. how did you get the omnia to work with the ps3 I was inspired to try after the video but the ps3 just downloaded some photo software. Can you give a walkthrough on how to hook up to a ps3?

    Aaron  |  October 21st, 2009 at 7:55 pm

    Hey Howard!

    Great to see you at the Windows 7 press event today! I certainly hope you enjoyed the “Play-to” demo I was able to set-up for you for your DLNA enabled TV :)

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