Gerbera is a UPnP media server which allows you to stream your digital media through your home network and consume it on a variety of UPnP compatible devices. Gerbera implements the UPnP MediaServer V 1.0 specification
Gerbera should work with any UPnP compliant client.
The Gerbera application provides a web browser user interface.
This is free and open source software.
- Browse and playback your media via your network on all kinds of devices.
- Web UI with a tree view of the database and the file system, allowing to add/remove/edit/browse your media.
- Metadata extraction from MP3, OGG, AAC, M4A, FLAC, JPG (and many more) files.
- Media thumbnail support.
- Highly flexible media format transcoding via plugins / scripts.
- Automatic directory rescans (timed, inotify).
- User defined server layout based on extracted metadata.
- Supports last.fm scrobbing.
- On the fly video thumbnail generation.
- Support for external URLs (create links to internet content and serve them via UPnP to your renderer).
- Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, BSD, Mac OS X. The software runs on different architectures including x86, ARM, and MIPS.
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