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A feature of [[SetTopBox]]es that allows broadcasts of received transmissions or stored [[Recording]]s over [[Wikipedia:Ethernet|Ethernet]] or [[Wikipedia:WLAN|WLAN]] to other media clients. Sometimes such STBs are also called ''Media Center'' or ''HTPC''.
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A feature of [[SetTopBox]]es that allows broadcasts of received transmissions or stored [[Recording]]s over [[Wikipedia:Ethernet|Ethernet]] or [[Wikipedia:Wireless LAN|WLAN]] to other media clients.  
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Commonly, this capability is provided in ''Media Centre'' or ''HTPC'' receivers.
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[[VLC media player]] is one open-source client which can accept audio and video streams via local-area network.
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The [[Hauppauge MediaMVP]] is a Linux-based embedded diskless workstation which was created solely to display audio, video and still images from streaming servers or from network-attached storage. A special-purpose device, it has no disc drives and no tuners of its own.
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Latest revision as of 19:32, 27 November 2007

A feature of SetTopBoxes that allows broadcasts of received transmissions or stored Recordings over Ethernet or WLAN to other media clients.

Commonly, this capability is provided in Media Centre or HTPC receivers.

VLC media player is one open-source client which can accept audio and video streams via local-area network.

The Hauppauge MediaMVP is a Linux-based embedded diskless workstation which was created solely to display audio, video and still images from streaming servers or from network-attached storage. A special-purpose device, it has no disc drives and no tuners of its own.