Universal Media Server is a free media server that able to serves videos, audio and image contents to any DLNA-supported device around your home. It has more features than any other similar tool, it is free regularly updated and including paid media servers.
Universal Media Server (UMS) allows you to stream multimedia content to the Internet or compatible devices with a convenient method. The app can run on all major platform, with various versions for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The program streams multimedia formats with little or no configuration required.
The server supports various output devices and facilitates communication between your PC and the target hardware by keeping the transfer and transcoding operation. Based on the PS3 Media Server, it can interact with various device clients, like PlayStation 3 (PS3), PlayStation 4 (PS4), Xbox 360, and many TVs (Samsung, LG, Philips, Sharp, Panasonic, Sony, Vizio), smart phones (iPhone, Android, etc.), Blu-ray player, and more.
With requiring minimum user interaction, the app keep things as simple as possible, instance, it can detect devices that is connected automatically and initializes the transfer without asking additional
some configuration that confusing you.
UMS is powered by FFmpeg, MEncoder, tsMuxeR, MediaInfo, AviSynth, OpenSubtitles and more, which combine to enhances supporting for a various of media formats which can be extended with using plugins.
It has heaps of great features, including the ability to make flying bitrate adjustments that adapt to your home network. This produces a stream that automatically gives you the maximum sound and video quality you can enjoy. This app also has a web interface that is easy to use if your destination doesn’t support DLNA, and also works with subtitles and subtitle files too.
The app allows frame interpolation and fast browsing of your media library. This is a streaming server that helps you broadcast multimedia files with minimum effect on audio and video quality.
Download link: Universal Media Server 9.1.0 | 181 MB – Open Source