It looks like it does well the things it can do. Unfortunately, the features I need are probably still under development. 1) To access a playlist stored locally as XSPF, 2) To access XSPF playlist from url, 3) To access streamed video directly from url. Here we provide Server Cast | Videos to Chromecast/DLNA/Roku/+ V 0.7.7 for Android 4.1++ Server Cast allows you to cast HD videos to several devices such as Chromecast, Smart TVs, Fire TV, DLNA receivers, airplay (AppleTV), XBox, and more, from multiple sources like files local to your phone or tablet, DLNA/UPnP servers, FTP, FTPS, Dropbox, Google Drive, WebDav, SFTP, IPTV M3U playlists and more coming very soon (please send us an email if you want some protocol or service included).
• SmartTV (Samsung and others)
• Windows Media Player and XBox
• Fire TV
• AppleTV (AirPlay)
• Roku (very limited support)
• Serviio DLNA
• MediaTomb DLNA
• Window 7 DLNA
• FileZilla FTP
• Google Drive
• IIS WedDav and Synology WebDav
• SFTP on OSX and Linux (both OpenSSH)
• Multiple M3U IPTV playlist files hosted on many servers.
This app does not do any transcoding, the video must be in the correct format. Most of those devices support h264 videos on an mp4 container.
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It works well, but I'm experiencing an issue streaming to dlna from my Google drive. The file is stopping about 4:33 seconds in, and it gives me the "server is slower than your device requires to play" error, however the video in question is downloaded for offline use so I'm not sure what the problem is?