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If you're on the same network as the server and receive an error that a UPnP server that you've configured cannot be reached, * In the case of a server that has been discovered by MediaMonkey, it may be because: * the server has been turned off; ve...
Some AV receivers like DENON AVR-3808CI will make a noise towards the end of a track when playing a WAV file over UPnP/DLNA. This occurs in receivers that interpret metadata (specifically the LISTINFO chunk) within a WAV file as audio data. The wo...
As of MediaMonkey 4.1 it's possible to enable UPnP as a service (Tools -> Options -> MediaSharing -> Install Service), so that other devices can access the library even when MediaMonkey isn't running. In cases where multiple users share a machine, it's ...
As of Windows 8 Non-Certified UPnP Devices are not listed in Windows' "Play To" (Available DLNA Renderers) menu. In Windows 8.1 it's possible to have such devices included in the "Play To" device list: 1. Create text File "PlayToEnable.reg" 2. Copy/Pas...
UPnP/DLNA clients such as MediaMonkey for Android (MMA) or MediaMonkey for Windows 8 tablets (MM8) may fail to access content shared by the MediaMonkey for Windows (MMW) UPnP/DLNA server due to networking or security/access control issues. If you're unabl...