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How do I find network to enable UPNP and then to select my microRendu as my output device.

 

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Tools > Optiions > Media Network > Add or Configure.......................


Kal Rubinson

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Senior Contributing Editor, Stereophile

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There is no setup wizard.

 

Does the Oppo appear in your list?  If so, you can play to it.

There are setup options in configuring the DLNA player output but start with the default one.

Have you looked up DLNA in the Knowledge Base?

 

 


Kal Rubinson

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Senior Contributing Editor, Stereophile

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Not sure if this will help but this what I use to setup JRiver,

Download and install JRiver. Click Here for both Windows and Mac versions.
Open JRiver and go to HELP/UPDATE CHANNELS and select STABLE
Go to TOOLS/OPTIONS/MEDIA NETWORK. Click on USE MEDIA NETWORK TO SHARE…
A NEW SCREEN WILL APPEAR. CLICK NEXT. Another new screen so click NEXT again.
A new screen with “access key” will appear. Write this code down for future. It is case sensitive. Click NEXT again.
A screen with “configure media network will appear. Select AUDIOPHILE 24 BIT and click finish.
You should now be back in the main MEDIA NETWORK screen. Select ADD OR CONFIGURE DLNA SERVERS Under AUDIO make mode-ORIGINAL and format-24BIT. Under ADVANCED on this page select STEREO DOWNMIX
Click on OK to return to the main TOOLS, OPTIONS, MEDIA NETWORK screen, and under ADVANCED make sure the following options are all selected:

DLNA Server

DLNA Renderer

DLNA Controller

Near the bottom of the page is another ADVANCED under VIDEO options. Click on it and put a check mark in DLNA and DLNA EXTRA.

If you have a Direct Stream DAC then also select BITSTREAM DSD. Click OK.

At this point you should be able to see your Bridge appear in the left hand column under Playing Now. Select your Bridge to play to it.

Right click Bridge in Now Playing, select the last option, DLNA Controller Options, and select both Ignore Transport Events and Disable SetNext Support.

More settings and library management.

You are now back on the options page. Select LIBRARY AND FOLDERS in the left column. Make sure that RUN AUTO-IMPORT has a check mark in the box. Now click OK
Now go to TOOLS/IMPORT and select CONFIGURE AUTO IMPORT and click on NEXT.
At the top right click on ADD and browse to your Audio files that are either on your HD or an external drive connected to your Mac by USB or Firewire. [ you can select the whole drive or only the folders that you want JRiver to see.] select MODE and select INCLUDE THIS FOLDER….
Select AUDIO under IMPORT THESE FILE TYPES [not the others.] Click OK.
The folder you selected should now be visible in the box under FOLDERS. Under TASKS, put a check mark in- build thumbnails, get cover art, update for external changes, fix broken links-YES, and write file tags when analyzing. CLICK FINISH.
If your library is not already importing then go to TOOLS/IMPORT and select AUTO IMPORT AND THEN NEXT.
THIS SHOULD LOAD YOUR LIBRARY.
 

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On 5/17/2020 at 12:50 PM, Tannoymike said:

Not sure if this will help but this what I use to setup JRiver,

Download and install JRiver. Click Here for both Windows and Mac versions.
Open JRiver and go to HELP/UPDATE CHANNELS and select STABLE
Go to TOOLS/OPTIONS/MEDIA NETWORK. Click on USE MEDIA NETWORK TO SHARE…
A NEW SCREEN WILL APPEAR. CLICK NEXT. Another new screen so click NEXT again.
A new screen with “access key” will appear. Write this code down for future. It is case sensitive. Click NEXT again.
A screen with “configure media network will appear. Select AUDIOPHILE 24 BIT and click finish.
You should now be back in the main MEDIA NETWORK screen. Select ADD OR CONFIGURE DLNA SERVERS Under AUDIO make mode-ORIGINAL and format-24BIT. Under ADVANCED on this page select STEREO DOWNMIX
Click on OK to return to the main TOOLS, OPTIONS, MEDIA NETWORK screen, and under ADVANCED make sure the following options are all selected:

DLNA Server

DLNA Renderer

DLNA Controller

Near the bottom of the page is another ADVANCED under VIDEO options. Click on it and put a check mark in DLNA and DLNA EXTRA.

If you have a Direct Stream DAC then also select BITSTREAM DSD. Click OK.

At this point you should be able to see your Bridge appear in the left hand column under Playing Now. Select your Bridge to play to it.

Right click Bridge in Now Playing, select the last option, DLNA Controller Options, and select both Ignore Transport Events and Disable SetNext Support.

More settings and library management.

You are now back on the options page. Select LIBRARY AND FOLDERS in the left column. Make sure that RUN AUTO-IMPORT has a check mark in the box. Now click OK
Now go to TOOLS/IMPORT and select CONFIGURE AUTO IMPORT and click on NEXT.
At the top right click on ADD and browse to your Audio files that are either on your HD or an external drive connected to your Mac by USB or Firewire. [ you can select the whole drive or only the folders that you want JRiver to see.] select MODE and select INCLUDE THIS FOLDER….
Select AUDIO under IMPORT THESE FILE TYPES [not the others.] Click OK.
The folder you selected should now be visible in the box under FOLDERS. Under TASKS, put a check mark in- build thumbnails, get cover art, update for external changes, fix broken links-YES, and write file tags when analyzing. CLICK FINISH.
If your library is not already importing then go to TOOLS/IMPORT and select AUTO IMPORT AND THEN NEXT.
THIS SHOULD LOAD YOUR LIBRARY.
 

Do I need to be concerned with this?

JriverMACcrossover.pdf

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