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misho Can I stream to an IPad - if so, how to do this - the manual says nothing about it?
Aug 12 2012 at 11:02am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Hi Mihail,

Yes, you can stream to an iPad. You'll need a media player on the iPad, such as 08software's 8player or PlugPlayer. Once you install that, KooRaRoo Media will appear as a server in that player and you can stream your files to the iPad.

Let me know how that goes.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 12 2012 at 4:42pm Copy Link
misho Works very well with the Ipad (8player) and I managed to stream to my Panasonic Blueray PDM BD75 through a D-Lin Powerline connection from a Windows Home Server.

Still have questions - KooRaRoo sees flv files, but I cannot see and play them neither on the blueray, nor the Ipad. Wasn't it supposed to transcode what cannot be played natively? Also, how about VOB files? Finally, how can I change the aspect ratio so that I can see 16:9 on my TV? nO MATTER WHAT FILE i PLAY, IT SEEMS SOMETHING LIKE 14:9...

In any case, it is a keeper for me. Great software and seems to work flawlessly.

Best regards,

Aug 12 2012 at 8:17pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Mihail,

I'm glad that KRR works well - thanks!

Yes, those FLV files should be transcoded for the Panasonic BDP, but 8player should support VOB and FLV files for the iPad.

The best way to handle this is if you could enable logging (Tools - Enable Logging), then restart the server and browse to a folder with your FLV file on the Panasonic BDP. Once you're in that folder and the file doesn't appear on the device, stop the server and send the logs to support (at) kooraroo (dot) com and we'll continue there, so that we don't overpopulate the comments here :)

Regarding the aspect ratio - what zoom setting is your TV in (if you have zoom/aspect settings on the TV)? Perhaps it just needs to be in a different zoom mode.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 12 2012 at 8:38pm Copy Link
Jac A. Do you know any Android compatible player? I've a Samsung Galaxy Notes (GT-N7000) with AllShare (for DLNA and remote playing) and it shows all the files I've set with your soft. The problem is... I can't play a single movie!

I've tried to transcode, but I only have one option: mpg2, ac3 audio and still no luck. So I've tried to find another player to try to connect, but I haven't found one able to connect to your soft... :(

Thanks for your help!
Aug 13 2012 at 2:37am Copy Link
Amit Hi, can i buy 1 license for home and 1 more license for my brother's home based office having 5-8 computers in his home office ?

will 1 license bought here cover the usage on 5-8 pcs in his home based office ? or if i need to buy additional licenses for business then tell and how many business pcs covered in that 1 business license ?
Aug 13 2012 at 2:42am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Jac A,

For Android, I'd recommend using MX Video Player, as it plays most formats natively on tablets and phones. You can use a DLNA client such as iMediaShare, which will allow you to see KRR on your device. After that choose something you want to play and a window should pop up (on the tablet) asking which player to use. Choose MX Video Player and it should play.

Please let me know how that goes.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 2:51am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Amit,

Thank you for the question.

The license is basically per network, so you need one license for your home and one license for your brother's home (office). The number of computers on the network is unlimited, so you can install KRR on one or more computers, as long as they are within the same network, on a single license.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 2:52am Copy Link
Daniel H Is there any possibility to stream subtitles?
Aug 13 2012 at 8:05am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Daniel H,

Currently KooRaRoo will stream external subtitles to devices that support them. In the future, it'll also allow burning subtitles onto a video on-the-fly, for those devices that do not support external subtitles.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 11:13am Copy Link
Lito I have several questions:

Will the server run on WHS v1? And if so is there a WHS console utility or do I have to remote desktop in to control the server? From the help file it looks as if I need to remote desktop.

Will it transcode EAC3 (dolby digital +) and/or DTS-HD? I have a few of my HD-DVDs and BR discs I ripped on my WHS box that won't play in the PS3 cause they are in MKV format and those type of sound tracks on them.

Does your program transocde 10bit MKV videos to 8bit?

Any eta on the on the fly burning of subtitles on video? Personally I think that might be my most wanted feature.

And last what are the min system requirements? My WHS is an old PC (AMD Athlon XP4400) so I can't seem to find any info about your min requirements on your web site.

Thanks for the info. I'll probably still just buy it given the incredible discount for the DLNA server.
Aug 13 2012 at 1:51pm Copy Link
Jac A. At first it didn't work well on Android... Until I set the Device to "MX Video Player" definition, then it played almost anything!!

I can even send the stream to my LG TV :D I've got my daughter scared when I suddenly interrupted her game with a Dragon Ball Z episode buahahahaha :D

Excellent software, I've already bought it! :D
Aug 13 2012 at 4:22pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Lito,

Yes, it should run on WHS, but you need to remote desktop in to install it. There may be a WHS-dedicated module later on.

KooRaRoo should be able to transcode EAC3 and DTS-HD just fine and if the video stream is compatible with the PS3, then it will just remux the file, which may allow you to watch it in real time even on an AMD XP4400. If the video stream is 10bit, then a full re-code will be needed, which, unfortunately, requires a more powerful CPU to happen in real-time, but you can start transcoding and then come back and play it once the file is ready.

Ideally, you'd want to have at least a quad-core CPU with an i7 being preferred for high-def (1080p) transcoding in real-time. However, depending on your source video material and your client (is it only the PS3?), you may be able to most watch movies without transcoding or with just remuxing, which should be handled ok by your CPU.

Burning of subtitles will be implemented for sure, but I cannot disclose at ETA on that. It's very high priority though :)

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 4:53pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Jac A,

Yes, some clients (players) cannot be reliably auto-detected, so in this case it's important to manually set a device definition for them.

I'm glad you like it, thank you :)
Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 4:55pm Copy Link
Matt Hi Dennis,

Thanks for the great deal!

KooRaRoo streams mp4 videos perfectly from my PC to both my Android phone and my Kindle Fire.

I'm using iMediaShare Lite on the Android and Kindle. MX Player, Meridean and arcMedia players work fine on the Android. Meridean works great on the Kindle Fire.

Thanks again!
Aug 13 2012 at 5:16pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov J. Bell,

I'm glad KRR is working well for you - thank you for sharing that and the players that you use - it may help someone as well!

KooRaRoo is a new product and thus the very special price on this great site :)

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 5:29pm Copy Link
Henry Alava can i stream to a playbook
Aug 13 2012 at 5:52pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Henry,

We'll need to find a DLNA client (player) for BlackBerry, if one exists. Perhaps someone knows of such a player and can advise?

I'm looking for one at the moment (in response to your support request).

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 6:07pm Copy Link
Guy Good I tried KRR using XBMC and it wasn't detected. I was able to find it using a WD Live TV.

Could you please add XBMC as a device because it allows easy testing from a PC.
Aug 13 2012 at 6:56pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Guy Good,

Yes, absolutely, thank you for the suggestion. If you send an e-mail to support (at) kooraroo (dot) com I can send you an updated device definitions file with XBMC included.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 13 2012 at 7:08pm Copy Link
Daniel Jones I downloaded and installed the trial version on a Windows Vista. My Sony PlayStation 3 can see it as a server, but will not see any files.
Also, I could add my devices to the device list, but the "Play to device" list is empty? Why is that and how can I play a file from KRR to a device?
Aug 14 2012 at 2:03am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Daniel,

The best way to resolve this is if you could send an e-mail to support (at) kooraroo (dot) com and we'll work on your issue there.

It would be great if you could enable logging (use the Tools - Enabled Logging menu item), then restart the server using the toolbar and connect to it from the PS3. Browse to a folder that should have files in it (please make sure you are in correct mode on the XMB on the PS3, e.g. Videos to see video files) and once no files come up, stop the server and send the logs to the support e-mail.

"Play to" functionality is supported for devices that are media renderers. The PS3 is not a renderer, so files cannot be pushed to it. You'll see if you have any available rendering devices in the Devices pane - they'll say "Media Renderer: Yes" in their description.

Shav-Tal Ltd - Aug 14 2012 at 2:29am Copy Link
Jac A. I bought this application the last time it was announced here, and I don't regret it! It's the BEST NETWORK STREAMING application I tried, and I've tried a LOT!

To my Android fellows, use it with "MX Reproductor" (it plays anything KooRaRoo sends) and iMediaShare (Sends video to your devices like TV's and others).

Dec 29 2012 at 1:00am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Thank you, Jac - I'm glad you like KooRaRoo and thank you for those suggestions for Android users!
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 29 2012 at 1:02am Copy Link
Arlene Manduca Can I use it to let certain people get access online to recordings of work conferences on one of my pc's to listen to but not download? Thanks.
Dec 29 2012 at 4:49am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov Arlene, thanks for the question. Typically, DLNA is limited to your local network, but with a bit of tweaking it should be possible to expose your network to be accessible via Internet. Then you could let people access your library (or parts of it) and stream files to their PCs. This is not directly supported functionality though, so if you are looking only for that, then probably KRR is not the best match for your needs. If you need to stream files across your LAN to one or more devices, then KRR is for you :)
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 29 2012 at 5:04am Copy Link
Emil Kucera Does it the same or more than Mezzmo (offered here some time ago)?
Would I be able to stream a movie dvd from the computer to the TV (wired network connected)?
Dec 29 2012 at 8:37am Copy Link
Thomas Evans How would I stream from my Android phone and tablet?
Dec 29 2012 at 9:02am Copy Link
Lito @Thomas You'll need a UPnP client. On the play store look for UPnPlay it's free and it works fine with KooRaRoo. For video you'll also need a player like MXPlayer.

@Emil I own both KRR and Mezzmo. Both are about the same, feature wise for the current released versions. But KRR has much better licensing terms. You can use it on all your owned PCs at the same time. I haven't tried to stream DVD movies from a disk though, but almost any file you have on your PC can be streamed.
Dec 29 2012 at 9:55am Copy Link
Emil Kucera Thanks Lito. The DVD does not play on the TV. I can find the folders, but the answer is "no playable items found"
Yeah, same as Mezzmo
Dec 29 2012 at 11:57am Copy Link
Lito @Emil: That might also do with the CSS protection on the DVD. KRR supports playing VOB files, but you'd need a program like AnyDVD to play the VOB files on the DVD disk because I am sure KRR doesn't do CSS decryption.
Dec 29 2012 at 12:23pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @Emil: KooRaRoo offers more than Mezzmo because it allows you to push file to compatible devices ("play to"), streams DVD disks, has better parental controls and more powerful smart playlists (dynamic playlists). It is also faster when delivering items to the device and has better format support. Burned-in subtitles are coming shortly and more features are planned. Yes, you can stream a ripped DVD, but as Lito mentioned copy protection needs to be removed first.

@Thomas: You can stream to your Android-based devices once you install a DLNA client on them (such as Bubble UPnP or iMediaShare) and a player (such as MX Video Player). Then in KooRaRoo's Devices pane double-click on your Android device and select "MX Video Player" as the device profile. After that KRR will show up on the device and you can start streaming.
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 29 2012 at 1:32pm Copy Link
Dennis Doyle great deal, wonderful server. i was constantly having trouble with Windows Shares on my WDTV Live player, but i don't even bother trying anymore since i got KooRaRoo Media, can't wait to explore it with my Android tv dongle and Samsung Galaxy cell. thanks for the offer Dennis :)
Dec 29 2012 at 8:21pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @townie 2: Thank you - I appreciate it! :)
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 29 2012 at 10:21pm Copy Link
J S Hi Dennis, I believe I must have contacted You via eMail soon after Your last BdJ Promotion ran, as I didn't see my comment in the 30 odd comments (in Total) above.

Question: Have You thought any further about, or, Do you have any plans to implement an optional purchase of "For the life of the product" Licenses which include all Major Upgrades as well as minor updates (most people call them Lifetime Licenses)?

You may recall I highlighted a couple of vendors (who occasionally promote their products on Bitsdujour) and those vendors took on my suggestion and have all experienced a substantial increase in upfront revenue from a locked in Userbase, by comparison to the revenue they would HOPE to receive from Users, whom - faced with having to pay for ongoing Major Upgrades, decide to actively look elsewhere for their software needs.

Currently I believe that no vendor who sells DLNA Media Streaming software (including the other well known Aussie company), offers a License or License Option which includes all major upgrades for Life of Product, and it would be reasonable to expect that whoever gets in first with such an purchase option, is going to benefit the most from Users who believe their getting better value for their money.
Dec 29 2012 at 11:35pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @J S: Yes, I remember your e-mail and I replied to you about it - did you receive my replies? I'm happy to discuss this further (via support).
Shav-Tal Ltd - Dec 30 2012 at 12:35am Copy Link
Software Babe I purchased this software in June 2012, and IT IS AWESOME!
I can access my files from my PC from my Smart TVs and tablet. WOW. Great DLNA server and it organizes all my movies.
Jun 2 2013 at 8:27am Copy Link
Pim Joosten The fine print says that upgrades after 12 months will not be discounted. Does that mean that the regular $9.95 has to be paid as stated on KooRaRoo's website or the full $39.95? The statement "not discounted" may relate to the regular $39.95 price or the $9.95 renewal price, it is a matter of perspective. I assume that the regular $9.95 renewal price applies, but I just want to be sure.

Thanks in advance for your reply Dennis.
Jun 2 2013 at 10:38am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @Software Babe - thank you!

@Pim Joosten - Yes, I can see that it may be a bit confusing, thanks for the question. The updates cost $9.95 per year. Of course we may feature them on BDJ one day too ;)
Shav-Tal Ltd - Jun 2 2013 at 4:12pm Copy Link
John H I gave up on trying to network my Vist, XP and several Win 7 computers... I just gave up and surrendered to drop box ....

Now I have 2 android devices.

I'm skeptical that this is going to get them to all play nicely especially the Vista talking to my Win7 desktop with the videos .....

How does it work?
Jun 3 2013 at 4:09am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @John H - KooRaRoo will work just fine. For Android, I'd recommend installing MX Video player and Bubble UPnP client on the device and then select "MX Video Player" device profiles in KRR for those. KRR runs on anything from XP up to and including Windows 8, including all Server editions as well. It also works on Mac and Unix with emulators. I'm happy to answer more specific questions, so please do ask!
Shav-Tal Ltd - Jun 3 2013 at 4:33am Copy Link
Robert Allen Highly recomend this media server software,way more stable than at least 12 other dlna server software i have tried, Very Good Software and support is very good and quickly available if needed,Keep up the good work Dennis
Thanks Robert
Jun 3 2013 at 6:14am Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @Robert - thank you, I appreciate it!
Shav-Tal Ltd - Jun 3 2013 at 6:16am Copy Link
Jac A. I also recomend this software, I've had some problems/doubts but the support is AWESOME, everything I've thrown at them has been fixed very quickly :)

A very important feature is the ability to set parental control per device, so you can watch any video while your kid can view only suitable content :)

Thanks for this great software!!
Jun 3 2013 at 6:45pm Copy Link
Mustang Is the Fastspring server down; cannot get purchase link to load?
Jun 3 2013 at 8:35pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Everything is working fine, just click the "Buy Now" button and continue.
BitsDuJour Admin - Jun 3 2013 at 8:48pm Copy Link
Dennis Volodomanov @Jac - thank you!
Shav-Tal Ltd - Jun 4 2013 at 6:00am Copy Link
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
Shell K 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
govertz How about streaming Netflix and others from pc to Raspberry mediacenter, can Kooraro do that?
May 28 2015 at 3:16am Copy Link
John Raz Can you stream Netflix to smart TV's?
May 28 2015 at 4:41am Copy Link
Richard Williams Can it stream to Roku?
May 28 2015 at 5:32am Copy Link
Dave Stoneburner I believe it will stream to any DLNA device
May 28 2015 at 6:59am Copy Link
Hank Friedman Installed the trial under Windows 7 64 bits and got my first Blue Screen of Death in ages.

Removed it immediately.
May 28 2015 at 10:06am Copy Link
Richard Williams I have an earlier version of KooRaRoo but Roku 3 does not recognize it on my home network.
May 28 2015 at 1:31pm Copy Link
MBe Did I read correct, that future updates will not be discounted?
May 28 2015 at 1:54pm Copy Link
Colin McAllister On first run after install of the trial version, I get errors about "Failed to read database" and "Failed to populate main window!"

Any thoughts on how to fix this please?
May 29 2015 at 1:16am Copy Link
MBe What kind of bad support is this? No Answers from the Devs. It looks like, they don't need to sell anything!
May 29 2015 at 6:40am Copy Link
Dor User KooRaRoo Team Reply:

1- We support DLNA devices and have profiles for common devices. We are releasing new version twice a year and update our profiles to include popular devices.

2- Support and upgrade are available for first year at no charge.

3- Software was tested by thousands (no mistake) of our customers with no complaints of blue screen.

4- Colin - Kindly send us a screen shot and if possible a log of this error and we will try to find a solution with you, this is not common.
Shav-Tal Ltd - May 29 2015 at 1:02pm Copy Link
chris User Failed to install on two of my Vista machines. Is there some issue as it says Vista compatible. OK on Win7.
May 29 2015 at 1:10pm Copy Link

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