Twonky Beam enables sharing of media among devices with the simple press of a button. The list of devices you can beam to includes popular devices like Xbox360, Apple TV, Roku, and AT&T Uverse as well as thousands of DLNA-certified… Learn More
Twonky Beam enables sharing of media among devices with the simple press of a button. The list of devices you can beam to includes popular devices like Xbox360, Apple TV, Roku, and AT&T Uverse as well as thousands of DLNA-certified devices.
You can also beam to a large variety of today’s connected TVs, STBs, blu-ray players and other devices. For some devices, this feature does not work out of the box, but needs to be enabled in the device settings. To make sure that a device can be utilized as beaming target, look for terms like ‘renderer’, ‘DMR’, ‘play-to receiver’, or ‘airplay receiver.’
Although you can beam online and locally stored content to many devices, each user experience may differ. To better understand a device’s capabilities, the manufacturer’s website may offer more information. If the device is DLNA-certified, you can also see its supported media formats and other capabilities on the DLNA website.
If a device is only advertised as media player – like the PS3 – it cannot be used as beaming target, but it does allow, through its own UI, to pull media from a mobile device that has Twonky Beam installed or any other connected storage device that has Twonky Server embedded.
There is also a large variety of networked attached storage devices and gateways shipping with Twonky Server from popular brands like Buffalo, QNAP, WD, Seagate, iomega, Cisco and Belkin.Collapse