I don't have any of those additional devices in my home cinema. Believe it or not, Samsung B650 satisfy all my current multimedia needs (Samba Share for Audio and Video from storage, TwonkyBeam for YouTube, WMS for everything else - not that much, usually just web material, and of course - no gaming).khaivq wrote: Another direction is using some video capture driver which use screen as the source (to avoid the transcoding step), and play on some less strict DLNA receiver such as HD Player Box (NMT), PS3 or XBox. Have you try that? I have tried once long before without success.
I'm not sure that any of those DLNA receivers can chew raw material spit out by video capture driver (if not in some lite-compressed format), since they also require some commonly used formats. But if you're willing to try, mix the prerequisites for output of Video driver and input in player so match commonly used potential formats. I started my research by finding supported formats by my TV (created files using VLC and played them). After that, I filtered out those ones not having necessary quality or speed.
Any particular Video Capture Driver you have in mind?