i'm new to the DLNA thing, i JUST bought an Oppo BDP-93 (hasn't even arrived yet). The main reasons i got the Oppo was because i was thinking that, along with it being a great performing blu-ray player that I would ALSO be able to 'relatively easily' access compatible files on my Imac and view them on my TV?.... based on your posts here though, am i wrong on that?
I'm actually kind of ok if i cant use ALL of Twonkys different management & preference features, as long as i'll be able to do the basic task of 'accessing videos (in supported formats) that are on my mac and viewing them on my TV'....
...i will read your posts again, but it sounds like there will be some problems with that?
like i said, i'm new to DLNA stuff, (so please excuse my ignorance and any dumb questions)...my set-up is, my Oppo will be wired to my router, my computer will be an imac. I was looking at Twonky and Tversity software (apparently Tversity's Mac version is still in the works so the battle between these two is currently on hold). Are three any other DLNA server options out there for someone with my set-up....(Mac computer/airport extreme router/Oppo DDP-93 networking blu-ray player)
For some reason i thought that the Oppo BDP-93 was DLNA certified, but apparently it is isnt? At any rate, i'm wondering now if i spent the extra money on the Oppo networking player in vain (at least in vain for the networking part).
Thanks in advance for any info suggestions you can provide! i'll continue to read through the forums and researching other areas to see what i can learn.