Audio Software Streaming Tunevine Media Server

Tunevine Media Server 0.9.4.5 for Windows

by Shared Digital Networks Inc

Avg. Rating 4.1 (17 votes)

File Details

File Size 2.1 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,772
Publisher Shared Digital Networks Inc
Homepage Tunevine Media Server

Publisher's Description

Tunevine Media Server allows you to access your home PC music collection from any broadband Internet connection. It has strict access controls, so you can control who can access your music collection and when.

Latest Reviews

wognum

wognum reviewed v0.9.4.5 on Aug 25, 2006

i cannot connect, however my ports are forwarded correctly

reem01

reem01 reviewed v0.9.4.2 Beta on Jul 17, 2006

This shows a lot of promise, and very usable right now.

I like that it is an all-in-one solution, most people should be able to get this up and running with little to no problems. Some other offerings require much more setup, and a lot of other programs to work with each other. This is a one stop shop!

For being so small, it is pretty powerful. It can only get better.

stevetures

stevetures reviewed v0.9.2.138 Beta on Jun 23, 2006

Works well. Has a lite quick user interface. The freeware idea and the built-in DNS resolver worked well. The interface is easy to navigate.

A couple bugs that I encountered. I had one unexplained crash of the server while navigating the artist tree. Also, it seems like the server doesnt restart and test a user-specified port. Also, track numbers are not yet included.

Ultimately this shows promise, and you could use it now, but I would personally wait until a later release.

veeoh

veeoh reviewed v0.9.2.138 Beta on Jun 23, 2006

Works as advertised - bit basic, bit rough but has promise - give it a go.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v0.9.2.138 Beta on Jun 23, 2006

This has some promise. I decided to give it a try because it uses such a small amout of system resources.
...but - no support for videos, tv tuners, or pictures (yet). Hopefully the developer will continue to build on this - but for now, since I have a fast machine, I'm going to stick with ORB (www.orb.com)

Avg. Rating 4.1 (17 votes)
Your Rating
wognum

wognum reviewed v0.9.4.5 on Aug 25, 2006

i cannot connect, however my ports are forwarded correctly

reem01

reem01 reviewed v0.9.4.2 Beta on Jul 17, 2006

This shows a lot of promise, and very usable right now.

I like that it is an all-in-one solution, most people should be able to get this up and running with little to no problems. Some other offerings require much more setup, and a lot of other programs to work with each other. This is a one stop shop!

For being so small, it is pretty powerful. It can only get better.

stevetures

stevetures reviewed v0.9.2.138 Beta on Jun 23, 2006

Works well. Has a lite quick user interface. The freeware idea and the built-in DNS resolver worked well. The interface is easy to navigate.

A couple bugs that I encountered. I had one unexplained crash of the server while navigating the artist tree. Also, it seems like the server doesnt restart and test a user-specified port. Also, track numbers are not yet included.

Ultimately this shows promise, and you could use it now, but I would personally wait until a later release.

veeoh

veeoh reviewed v0.9.2.138 Beta on Jun 23, 2006

Works as advertised - bit basic, bit rough but has promise - give it a go.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v0.9.2.138 Beta on Jun 23, 2006

This has some promise. I decided to give it a try because it uses such a small amout of system resources.
...but - no support for videos, tv tuners, or pictures (yet). Hopefully the developer will continue to build on this - but for now, since I have a fast machine, I'm going to stick with ORB (www.orb.com)

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