Windows® 7 Media Streaming
A number of features have been blogged related to home networking and media in Windows 7. Media Streaming is a tool which brings all these together in a different way. This feature lets you to use a Windows 7 PC as a media sharing hub. With this tool, you can share media with other PCs and devices on your home network and you can also stream this information securely over the Internet. To take advantage of the new APIs in this scenario, it represents work across the Core User Experience, Media Center, Networking, and even Windows Live chose.
Windows 7 has so many exciting new media streaming features that let you to enjoy your media collection on other PCs and devices in the home and even if you are on the road from across the internet. A networked media experience has been created that is more friendly to use, and easy to set up. You can now enjoying music, pictures and videos on your network connected PC or media device which works without any concern for media formats, transports or protocols.
There is increasing number of Network Media Devices i.e NMD certified to interoperate which use a open and widely embraced industry standard called the Digital Living Network Alliance i.e. DLNA. Windows 7 implements this open standard, this means that sharing media between Windows PCs, Windows Home Server, NMDs and Extenders for Windows Media Center including Xbox 360 is natural and easier. Supporting this standard also means that the numerous NMDs such as network radios, televisions, electronic picture frames and others are companions to Windows 7 PCs. These may also seamlessly participate in the whole-home media experience.
Not Just for the Techie
Configuring the media streaming is much simpler. Media streaming features were focused on media enthusiasts before Windows 7. To enhance the setup experience, Windows 7 media streaming feature has been integrated with the new Windows 7 HomeGroup feature. So, media streaming is enabled and works by default in a typical home network configuration. There is also a new main menu i.e “Stream” which is displayed in the Window Media Player user interface. It exposes simple scenario-based configuration options. These options allows to:
- Access your media libraries while away from home as these set up your home PC.
- To push media to your Player and control it from other Windows 7 PCs and devices.
- Access your media collection by quickly authorizing all home PCs and devices.
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