Installing for use with Samsung Blu-ray player?

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Installing for use with Samsung Blu-ray player?

Post by missnita » Thu May 05, 2011 10:34 am

I have installed the trial of TwonkyBeam to see if I'd like to purchase.

I'm on a Macbook Pro [circa 2008] & have a new Samsung blu-ray player [BD5700]
which is DLNA certified. I've connected the player to my network & I'm currently using another program to view my downloaded content via a shared file, so I know my Mac & blu-ray player can communicate.

However, after installing TwonkyBeam no devices are mac is not even showing up.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Installing for use with Samsung Blu-ray player?

Post by Twonky_Rick » Sat May 07, 2011 12:49 am

TwonkyBeam can only push media to devices that are externally controllable DLNA-certified DMRs. You can find a list of those here: ... 960#p21264

If you install TwonkyServer on your Mac, you should be able to use your Samsung remote to browse and play media on your Samsung Blu-ray.

If you bookmark media with TwonkyBeam, you may be able to play it if from the Playlist menu if your Blu-ray can play those formats.

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