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DLNA client for the iPad?

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All kind time of day.


Now the house set up a centralized media server that will work for DLNA. To do this, use Ubuntu 12.10 Server and minidlna. On the TV (Samsung smart TV series 6) everything works fine, but the only (at least in the blunt search AppStore) program on the iPad, I found 8 player — very slow.


Has anyone tried to use the iPad in such a bunch? That used to do this?


Thanks in advance.
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Tried many, most are buggy.
As a result of staying on the flex:player in conjuction with media:connect for DLNA access.
Makes one and the same office, paid. It seems to work well.
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FullHD but it does not slow down? Like it is said that
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Supported video formats: H. 264 video up to 720p, 30 frames per second

About 1080p not a word.
Still, I would like to use a Retina screen on full, and here are the problems (8 player instead of the video ylo candid slideshow)
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Apple NAT-PMP and Bonjour, Microsoft UPnP. Apple DAAP, Microsoft — DLNA. Not Invented Here, just as always.
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Put Firefly Media Server share music via DAAP normal.
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If DAAP on the iPad will not start, Firefly was patch.
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There is a Linux distro for media server, Amahi, it and the DAAP and DLNA servers
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AcePlayer. Via DLNA can play 1080p, but on one condition — the video must be in MP4 container.
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Good evening.
Long suffered with DLNA (TV, makbukah works on the iPad or no, or nearly no), tried various applications.
The situation was complicated by the fact that iPad mainly uses daughter, and she can't explain that "only these files" can be viewed.
That's where I bought AirPlayer — itunes.apple.com/ru/app/airplayer/id369713694?mt=8
I do not regret it.
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GoodPlayer.
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Free VLC works perfectly fine.
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