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KooRaRoo Media

Stream Media to All Devices On Your Network

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, WHS, Server 2003, Server 2008
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You keep all of your movies, videos, and music on a single hard drive, which used to be fine back when you just had a desktop computer. But today, you have laptops, game consoles, tablets, smartphones, and other media players in virtually every room of the house - and yet, your media still sits, inaccessible, on that one lone hard drive. Time to change the game with today's discount software promotion, KooRaRoo Media!

KooRaRoo Media lets you stream your media files to a huge spectrum of devices over your home network! With KooRaRoo Media, you'll be able to enjoy all of your videos and music on your portable devices, game consoles, televisions, and Blu-ray players, no matter where they are in your house. Even better, you don't even have to worry about converting your existing collection into a compatible format - KooRaRoo Media is smart enough to convert each file into a playable format on the fly. Worried about confidential stuff? KooRaRoo Media gives you the power to limit streaming to only certain folders on your network, so you'll always be able to segregate your collection. There's even a Parental Control option.

If you're concerned about file integrity, KooRaRoo Media has you covered. Once installed, you just point KooRaRoo Media to the folders where you store your media, and the program automatically catalogs your collection without touching your files. When that's done, KooRaRoo Media shows up as a media server that your devices connect to as a source of streaming media!

You can stream your favorite online radio stations via DLNA using KooRaRoo, so that they are available on devices that do not support direct Internet streaming.

KooRaRoo Media also allows you to burn-in external subtitles on top of video files for devices that do not support external or embedded subtitles. It will also extract and convert embedded subtitles from videos, and so much more!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Jac A. I want to make a testimony, this program has THE BEST SUPPORT I've seen, the author makes everything in his hands to help you out.

I've been using this program for like a year (I bought it the last time it was here :) and I have NO REGRETS at all!

Thanks!! :)
Dec 18 2013 at 12:43am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Thank you, Jac - I appreciate it!
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 18 2013 at 1:06am Copy Link
Marcelo Spera Hi! It reproduces MKV container coded with x.264 and integrated subtitles?
Dec 19 2013 at 4:08am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @Marcelo Spera - yes, KooRaRoo can stream MKV files to your device natively, if your device supports MKVs. If not, then KRR will transcode it to a format that the device supports. In this case, you can tell KooRaRoo to burn-in those embedded subtitles.
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 19 2013 at 4:23am Copy Link
T L I have a WHS (2011), a Desktop PC (win7x64), and a server running Debian with drives mapped on the PC containing a total of over 14 TB of multimedia files. Will I have any issues streaming to our TiVos and Android devices (Galaxy S4, Nexus 7, Asus Transformer Pad)? Can it run on more than one host at once?

Can it stream over the internet like Windows Media Center does via Remote Potato Server?

Dec 20 2013 at 1:31am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @T L - I don't think there should be any issues streaming to TiVos, but we may need a new device profile for them (easily done, provided the TiVos support DLNA). Android devices need a UPnP client (e.g. Bubble UPnP) and it's best to use a third-party player such as MX Video player coupled with a dedicated device profile in KRR. KRR is fully multi-threaded and can stream to as many devices at once as your network and CPU will support.

Streaming over Internet is also supported via the Web interface (see this post for more details on how it works:

The best way to test this out is to install a trial version and give it a go. You can also purchase a license here and if something doesn't work and I can't help you, I'll refund the money as per the 30 day back guarantee.
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 20 2013 at 1:45am Copy Link
Justin West Will this support Chromecast lik Plex does?
Dec 20 2013 at 6:58am Copy Link
Huasna Just adding a second to what Jac A wrote: I bought it when it was first offered and I've been very happy with the product and the support.
Dec 20 2013 at 7:11am Copy Link
Cary Adams @T L... AFAIK, TiVo is not DLNA capable. Dennis would need to incorporate a TiVo server into KooRaRoo to give you streaming capability. I have both products.

There's a lot of confusing posts on TiVo's capabilities. There are some home-baked streaming solutions for TiVo (for example pyTivo, but DLNA isn't among them.

I'd like to see a RoKu app for KRR... but I realize that probably outside the scope of develeopment here. Fortunately PS3 is my flat screen's DLNA client.

KRR is a good, stable application, with excellent support.
Dec 20 2013 at 7:16am Copy Link
Shelley King Happy customer since June. I second Jac regarding Dennis' support and forum participation - second to none.

TL - Regarding multiple hosts:
- Same host, different streams to different devices - no problem.
- Same host, same content (multiple streams) to different devices - no problem.
- Multiple hosts (I've only tried 2) to different devices - no problem.
(Re different devices - of course, you only want to receive one stream at at time)
I think you get the idea - no problem :)

I'll happily renew for my yearly updates at $9.95 to support continued development and device tweaks. $5.99 is a bargain!
Dec 20 2013 at 7:17am Copy Link
Dina E Downloaded, right off the bat I'm having troubles so I opened a support ticket...hope to hear back soon. :)
Dec 20 2013 at 7:17am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @Justin West - possibly, once online video streaming is implemented, we'll try to cover as many formats as possible.

@Huasna - Thank you!

@Cary Adams - oh, ok, I didn't know TiVo didn't support DLNA. In that case yes, it's a bit trickier (same as Roku of course). Thank you!

@Shelley King - Thank you! :)

@Dina E - I'll head over to support right now and see what's happening (it's early morning here in Australia).
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 20 2013 at 1:55pm Copy Link
Dina E Thank you - support for this product is great!
Dec 21 2013 at 2:32am Copy Link

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