Mezzmo is a fully featured DLNA media server that lets you stream all your music, photos and movies on your computer to your TV, home theater, games consoles and digital media appliances. Mezzmo is fully DLNA 1.5 and UPnP AV compliant. It works with popular DLNA-enabled devices, including Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360, Panasonic Viera TVs, Samsung TVs, Sony Bravia TVs, Philips TVs, LG Blu-ray players, Oppo Blu-ray players, network media receivers, digital media appliances and digital media players from Sony, Toshiba, Samsung, Panasonic, D-Link, Buffalo, Netgear, Logitech, and Pinnacle.
What's new in this version: Version 2.5 includes new pre-transcoding features and Transcoding pane. Get online video data from IMDb and TheTVDB. View streaming status. New device support for Sony Tablet S, Sharp Aquos TVs (2011 models), Harmon Kardon receivers, MX Video Player Android app, Denon AV receivers and DirecTV HR22 receivers.
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All versions:4.5 stars
out of 57 votes
Current version:4.0 stars
out of 3 votes
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"Best and easiest I have found so far!"
Version: Mezzmo 2.5
Easy set up
Not interactive with medial library
"Great media server software, excellent customer service"
Version: Mezzmo 2.5
Fast setup, professional support and continued updates for new display equipment.
Excellent customer service and followup. I have been using it from their introduction, primarily for video, and it continues to improve and keep up to date with current technology.
None really, this type of product is hitting moving software/hardware targets and the products support team
has been on the ball with updates and improvements to
meet the users needs.
A good media server, stable and has made such inovations/milestones as pre-transcoding, witch many will find very usefull if they have a large library.
"Known security risks and uninstall issues."
Version: Mezzmo 2.5
I like the sorting/grouping capability.
Display is good too.
*** This product utilizes a Local User Account, which is a known security risk and common exploit.
Uninstall of product is another issue because it leaves behind the known security risk (big oversight). The Mezzmo "uninstall" leaves behind 5 Registry Keys and a Local User Account, which is a known security exploit. I have not run any "tools" to discovered the password, but I know 3 ways to reset a local user password, even with the "user cannot reset password" fluff. Not good, Mezzmo.
In today's internet connected world, a security risk is not a good trade off for a "really great display" and there are several free competitors that don't require local users accounts. It's just not worth the risk even with a consumer software firewall (TNTL).
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