Mezzmo for Mac

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Mezzmo by Conceiva Pty. Ltd. is a DLNA media server that gives you the possibility to stream media to other DLNA-enabled devices. Unfortunately, a version of Mezzmo for Mac has not been developed, therefore you will have to download and install other applications that can help you with this job. Here are a few alternatives to Mezzmo for Mac.

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PS3 Media Server Free

by PS3 Media Server Team

PS3 Media Server runs on your Mac as an DLNA compliant Upnp media server. You just share a folder (or more), and this folder you can browse on your PS3 - when you see a media file (e.g. MKV), just press play - and the media server will process...

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Plex Media Server Free

by Plex

Plex Media Server seamlessly connects your Plex clients with all of your local and online media. The combination of centralized library management, streaming of online content, and powerful transcoding functionality provides an unrivaled level...

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TVMOBiLi Free

by TV Mobili Ltd

TVMOBiLi is a powerful application that allows users to view, share and listen to media content stored on multiple devices from the comfort of their own computer.

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LXiMediaServer Free

by Alex Admiraal

LXiMediaServer can be used to play media files from a PC over a local network on a DLNA capable device (e.g. television, game console, media center).

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LXiMediaCenter Free

by Alex Admiraal

LXiMedia is a DLNA compatible, fully transcoding, media server designed for serving media (movies, TV shows, music, photos) to DLNA compliant televisions and media players (Streamium, PS3, XBox 360).

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WD My Cloud Mirror Setup Free

by Western Digital Technologies, Inc.

WD My Cloud Mirror is designed to serve as your home's media server. It enables you to stream photos, music, and videos to your DLNA-compatible devices and music to your iTunes-compatible devices.

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Universal Media Server Free

by Universal Media Server

Universal Media Server is a DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server. It was originally based on PS3 Media Server by shagrath. UMS was started by SubJunk, an official developer of PMS, in order to ensure greater stability and file-compatibility.

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iSedora Free

by iSedora

iSedora Media Server streams video, music and photos from Win/Mac computer to DLNA compatible TVs, Blu-ray players, game consoles. It performs on-the-fly transcoding for multiple devices simultaneously and supports subtitles.

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Serviio Free

by Petr Nejedly

Serviio is a free DLNA media server. It allows you to stream your media files (music, video or images) to any DLNA-certified renderer device (e.g. a TV set, Bluray player, games console) on your home network.

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