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Looks like VLC Player is the best option for you right now in regards to subtitles on iOS devices. The site http://www.iphonehacks.com/2014/01/vlc-tips-tricks.html states: "VLC also includes support for subtitles. Some video formats natively support subtitles while for others, you need a separate .sub file. If you need to add a separate .sub file, name it ...
You can install VLC or Infuse (my favorite) and have them connect to your various machines.
I use MCPlayer on my iPAd, it allows to watch movies from my MyBookLive NAS and Synology NAS. They communicate over DLNA/UPnP as far as I understood. Also tried 8Player, but MCPlayer' interface is more convenient for me.
Bad news. Avermedia not working on fix for El Capitan compatibility https://twitter.com/michalcerny/status/662779009869156352
Try Filpps Tv you can get from apple store
Download FileBrowser App from Apple Store you can get the lite version for free and if you are Jailbroken you can get the full version from Appcake and it will solve your problem Once you have installed the App connect your PC and phone on the same network. App will scan available devices on the network to connect select your PC and then you can browse the ...
Instal FileBrowser App connect it to your computer using the same network and yhen you can stream it on your iPhone by selecting the file
The beta version don't work for me. I installed Windows through Bootcamp as temporary solution.
Sadly there is no such feature in Apples APIs at the moment. I solved it writing a short script which searches the HTML code for video URLs.
I contacted AVerMedia about this issue and they sent me this download link to a beta version for RECentral 1.2.16. I'm still experiencing problems with it, though. How does it work for everyone else? https://www.dropbox.com/s/y420mz1sk753apr/RECentral_v1.2.16Beta.dmg?dl=0
I'm sure there is an answer for stuff downloaded from iTunes, but since you didn't specify, then the standard solution you are looking for is PLEX MEDIA SERVER -- https://plex.tv. They offer a Plex Pass, which you have to pay for in order to receive extra features, but I believe the free version has everything you need. Setup the media server on your home ...
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