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DLNA on Xbox 360.

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by mkthnx001, Jul 22, 2010.

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    Does anyone know what format videos have to be in to be able to play on both the Droid X and through DLNA on the Xbox 360? I've already tried .mp4 and .avi.

    Thanks in advance!
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    I have been trying to get this linked up, and everything is so vague. Any light on this would be great!
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    I set up the DLNA last night and to me it is useless for videos (on the Droid X) because the format is 3GP and I am not sure what plays that. I could not push any videos I took to my Popcorn or WDTV. It recognized them no problem. I do not have an XBox and I did not try with my PS3, but I don't believe you can push to PS3 because it is not a digital media renderer.
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    Xbox 360 is a DLNA Certified DMR Device

    Xbox 360 is a DLNA Certified DMR Device. The functionality can be found under:

    1.Go to Settings and select System.
    2.Select Console Settings.
    3.Select Connected Devices
    4. Enable Play To

    Xbox 360 supports the following video file formats:
    •Windows Media Video (WMV) 7, WMV 8, and WMV 9
    •WMV Image 1 (Photo Story 1 & 2) and WMV Image 2 (Photo Story 3)
    •VC-1
    •MPEG-1 with MPEG-1 layer I or II audio
    •MPEG-2
    •H.264/MPEG-4

    The following audio formats are supported:
    •Windows Media Audio (WMA) 7 through WMA 9
    •WMA Professional
    •WMA Lossless
    •MP3

    If you are using Windows 8, all videos which can be played locally on the PC/Surface/Tablet can also be streamed via DLNA/Play To to the Xbox. Windows 8 will auto-transcode when the format is not supported by Xbox.

    Full list of supported formats is available at Play To | Play to on Xbox | Streaming media on Xbox - Xbox.com
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