I read somewhere you could install some other DLNA servers on it, maybe that would be a solution for that - I have not tried this, so can not tell if it helps, but I have experimented a bit with DLNA servers for windows (my PC), as the allshare does not really do the thing for me. Good results I had with serviio, but there are also others, I am sure most of them can be installed directly to your NAS. Maybe other DLNA software fixes it for you (my experiences - every DLNA server is different, there is no same DLNA )texas72 wrote:We are very happy, the only thing is the non-functioning of the media sharing DLNA server with tv UE32ES6100.
If you do some experimenting let me know the results.. as I say, I am more worried about the speed of this NAS, if he can handle e.g. big files such as 1080p .mkv's, which have 12GB.. It has to be decoded and then sent, so this is why I think would be VERY convinient to just let it send to the TV as it is and let the TV do the thing as I know it does it without any problems at all (same goes with subtitles problems etc.)
Would be very nice to hear your results!