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|berjoh23||11:15pm on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010|
|Zen 2 GB player Great player. I use it mostly for Audible MP3 books. My only complaint would be the lack of a lock to prevent accidental button push. Decieved by SD card-Skidmark I also was under the impression that the sd-slot would give me more memory.|
|trollix||12:03am on Monday, October 18th, 2010|
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|Calumet||2:20pm on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010|
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|Boeba||12:24pm on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|This is an all around plain MP3 Player. I will report a tiny of a pros and cons about this player. GOOD THINGS: The Creative Zen sounds fantastic and features a brilliant color screen capable of displaying photos and video.|
|juanblas||12:51am on Sunday, June 20th, 2010|
|This looks pretty, does what it should with little fuss After one month. I have used MTP devices with Linux media players like Amarok, and I have also used them with MusicBee, Windows Media Player and others.|
|jaysmith||10:17am on Saturday, June 5th, 2010|
|I use my Zen primarily for music and photos, not video. I could not be more pleased with the sound (with after market headphones) and screen clarity.|
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Manual Nero MediaHome
Copyright and Trademark Information
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Please keep in mind that existing graphics, pictures, videos, music titles or other materials that you may wish to insert or transcribe into projects may be protected by copyright. The unauthorized use of this type of material in your projects may violate the rights of the owner of the copyright. Make sure that you obtain all necessary authorizations from the owner of the copyright. Unless you own the copyright, have permission from the copyright owner or your actions fall under the "fair use" provisions of copyright law, you may be violating national or international copyright laws. The transcribing, re-formation, modification or publication of copyright-protected material may lead to claims for damages and the enforcement of other legal measures against you. If you are unsure of your rights, you should contact your legal advisor. Nero MediaHome requires technologies developed by third party manufacturers, some of which are contained in Nero MediaHome as demo versions. 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Table of contents
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.4.1 1.4.3 18.104.22.168.1 10.2 10.2.1 10.2.2 10.2.3 10.2.4 10.2.Start Successfully About the manual About This Application Installing Nero MediaHome Working with Nero MediaHome Share Files and Folders Starting the Server Main window Share Screen Window Dialog Options Screen Network Screen Devices Screen Control device remotely Transcoding Screen Remote UI Screen TV Screen Selecting and Setting TV Channels for Streaming Technical Information System Requirements Formats supported Audio formats and codecs Video formats and codecs Image formats Formats for Playlists Metadata Glossary Index Contact 35
About the manual
This manual is intended for all users who want to learn how to use Nero MediaHome. It is process-based and explains how to achieve a specific objective on a step-by-step basis. In order to make best use of this documentation, please note the following conventions: Indicates warnings, preconditions or instructions that have to be precisely followed. Indicates additional information or advice.
A number at the beginning of a line indicates a request for action. Carry out these actions in the order specified. Indicates an intermediate result. Indicates a result.
OK (see.) 
Indicates text passages or buttons that appear in the program interface. They are displayed in bold print. Indicates references to other chapters. They are executed as links and are shown in red and underlined. Indicates key combinations for entering commands.
About This Application
Nero MediaHome is a certified UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) AV (Audio/Video) media server which automatically recognizes UPnP devices within a network. Using Nero MediaHome you can share media files (audio, picture, and video files). This means that all users in the local network have access to the files. Players that are compatible with the UPnP standard can use, play and display shared media files. Television channels and radio stations as well as Internet services (web TV, web radio, audio/video/image casts) can also be transmitted. Thanks to Nero MediaHome, your PC can link up to other consumer electronics devices (e.g. television sets) to create a unified media center. This gives you the option of viewing transmitted television programs via Nero MediaHome on two players simultaneously. Nero MediaHome automatically supplies the files in the appropriate format for the player in question. Transcoding is performed in real time.
Installing Nero MediaHome
An installation wizard will walk you through the quick and uncomplicated installation process. To install Nero MediaHome, proceed as follows:
1. Close all Microsoft Windows programs and exit any anti-virus software that may be running. 2. Start the installation process with a double click on the downloaded installation file.
The files are automatically unzipped and stored on drive C in a temporary folder from
which they are automatically deleted once they have been used. The installation is prepared and the installation wizard appears.
3. Click the Next button.
The Installation of Nero Ask Toolbar screen is displayed.
4. If you want to use the Ask Toolbar, please read the licensing agreement carefully and select
the first option button. If you do not want to use the Ask Toolbar, activate the second option button.
5. Click the Next button.
The License Conditions (EULA) screen is displayed.
6. Please read the license agreement carefully and select the appropriate check box if you
agree to the terms of the agreement. Installation is not possible without this agreement.
7. Click the Next button.
The Personalize Your Nero MediaHome screen is displayed.
8. Enter your name and serial number in the input fields. Corporate customer should also include their company's name. The serial number can be found on the back of the disc jacket. If you are using the download version you will have received the serial number per e-mail.
9. Click the Next button.
The Select Installation Type screen is displayed.
Here it is possible to choose between Default, meaning standard installation, or User Defined installation. In the user-defined installation you can determine the languages and choose the installation path.
10. Enter the desired installation type and click the Next button.
If you choose default installation, the Optional Settings screen is displayed. If you
choose custom installation, the User-defined Installation screen is displayed.
11. If you have chosen the user-defined installation:
1. Select the desired folder and click the OK button. 2. Click the Next button. The Select Application Language screen is displayed. The next screen is displayed. 3. Select the check boxes for the languages you wish to install and click the Next button. 4. If you wish to define the installation folder, click the Change button.
Start Successfully The Browse Folder window is displayed. The Optional Settings screen is displayed. If applications are found on your computer that could conflict with the software to be installed, the screen will display Uninstallation of the Products Required. It is recommended that these applications be removed before proceeding with the installation. Nero MediaHome checks the availability of required components, such as DirectX on your PC. If applications are missing, then the Missing Components screen is displayed. Select the components that need to be downloaded and installed.
12. If you want to adapt optional settings, select or clear the desired check boxes. 13. Click the Next button.
The Ready to Start Installation Process screen is displayed.
14. Click the Next button.
The installation process is started. Nero MediaHome is installed in the selected folder,
and a progress bar informs you of the progress of the installation process.
15. Click the Next button.
The Help Us to Improve Our Software screen is displayed.
In order to offer a better service, Nero is collecting anonymous data to determine which features are used and what problems, if any, occur.
16. If you want to take part in the anonymous collection of data, select the check box and click
the Next button. The final screen of the installation wizard is displayed.
17. Click the Exit button.
The installation wizard closes. You have now installed Nero MediaHome. The Nero MediaHome link is now available on
the computer's desktop. Nero ControlCenter The Nero MediaHome application is installed with Nero ControlCenter. With Nero ControlCenter, you can determine whether new updates are available for your Nero products and can download them if required. In addition, you can select an installed language and enter or remove serial numbers. You can find further information in the Nero ControlCenter manual. See also: Working with Nero MediaHome 7 Main window 9
Working with Nero MediaHome
In order to use Nero MediaHome you must share folders with media files and start the server. Then clients can access the server and use Nero MediaHome. As there is no shared folder in your share list yet immediately after the installation, Nero MediaHome will greet you upon initial startup with the Shared Folders window. By clicking Yes, you can make your personal music, videos and pictures available. Nero MediaHome indexes the files. By sharing your files over the network you enable everybody throughout the LAN (local area network) to browse and download your shared media files. Please take care not to share any private or confidential files! Changes to the settings of the first shares can naturally be carried out at any time in the Share screen. In addition, all further sharing can be undertaken here as well as starting of the Server. In the default settings, when restarting the computer, both the Nero MediaHome and the active Server are restarted. The application becomes available via the icon in the system tray. A double click opens Nero MediaHome in the Status screen. If you have not activated these default settings or you wish to deactivate them, then the corresponding check boxes are available in the Options screen. See also: Share Files and Folders 7 Starting the Server 8 Main window 9
1.4.1 Share Files and Folders
To share audio, video and picture files, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Share menu icon in the main window.
The Share screen is displayed.
2. Open the Local Folders tab. 3. Click the Add Share button.
The Browse Folder window opens.
4. Mark the folder you wish to share and click the OK button.
The folder is indexed and added to the list of shared folders, meaning that not only the
files of the folder but also any existing subfolders are shared.
5. To share more folders, repeat the last two steps. 6. If you want to adapt the transcoding settings, select the desired option in the Transcoding
You have shared the folder with audio, video and picture files. All playback devices and
other PCs in the network can now list these files and play them back.
Start Successfully See also: Share Screen 11 Transcoding Screen 19 Working with Nero MediaHome 7
1.4.2 Starting the Server
In order to use Nero MediaHome, you need to manually start the Server once. To start the server, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Start Server button in the bottom area of the main window.
The Security Information window opens.
2. Click the OK button.
Nero MediaHome automatically configures the Windows firewall so that connections to
the server are allowed.
The Nero MediaHome server is started and the Status screen is displayed. The files currently being used by a client are shown here. The players found in the network are shown in the Devices screen. In the default setting each new start of the computer will also start Nero MediaHome and the active Server. If you do not wish to use the automatic server start, clear the Automatically Start Nero MediaHome When the Computer is Started check box in the Options screen in the Autostart and Tray Settings area.
You have successfully started the server.
See also: Options Screen 14 Working with Nero MediaHome 7
The main window is the starting point for using Nero MediaHome. Menu icons are shown in the left area of the window. When one of the menu icons is clicked, the corresponding screen will open in the right hand area.
The following menu icons are available in the selection list in the left hand area: Shares Options Network Transcoding Remote UI Devices Displays the Share screen, where you can select the folders containing the media files for sharing. Displays the Options screen, where you can define the setting options for the server and autostart. Displays the Network screen, where you can define the setting options for the network. Displays the Transcoding screen, where you can define the setting options for transcoding. Displays the Remote UI screen, where you can activate Remote UI. Displays the Devices screen, which shows the players found in the network.
Main window TV Status Displays the TV screen, where you can define the setting and selection options for TV streaming. Displays the Status screen, which shows the status of the server and the media files currently being used by players.
In addition, the following buttons are available in the main window: ? Starting the Server Stop Server Exit Displays a context menu where you can call up the Help and open the windows About Nero MediaHome and Nero on the Web. Starts the Nero MediaHome server. The Stop Server button is displayed while the server is running. Stops the Nero MediaHome server. The Start Server button is displayed while the server is stopped. Terminates the Nero MediaHome server and closes Nero MediaHome.
See also: Share Screen 11 Options Screen 14 Network Screen 16 Devices Screen 17 Transcoding Screen 19 Remote UI Screen 21 TV Screen 23 Working with Nero MediaHome 7
Available on the Shared screen are the Media Library, Local Folders, Internet Services, as well as the Apple iTunes tabs.
The Media Library tab gives an overview of the already installed files. Nero MediaHome arranges the files in a clear navigation tree such as video or photos. Here the files are further sorted into subcategories such as the music according to artists, album or genre. The same file, for instance, will be sorted both under the name of a well known artist such as Mozart as under the genre Classics Audio, video and picture files can be defined for sharing on the Local Folders tab. In addition, you can see how many files have already been indexed and the status of the indexing process. Final sharing will take place with the server start. The following setting options are available: Button Add Button Remove Opens the Browse Folder window. Here you select the folder containing the files you want to share. The selected folder is added to the list of shared folders. Removes the selected folder from the list of shared folders. Only available if at least one folder has been marked in the shared list.
Share Screen Button More Rescan Folder - carries out indexing for the marked folder again. Open in Explorer - shows the selected folder in the navigation tree of Windows Explorer. Only available if at least one folder has been marked in the shared list.
On the Internet Services tab it is possible to enter, save and update the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of various media (web radio stations, web TV stations, audio casts, video casts and image casts). Subscribe Unsubscribe Opens the Dialog window. A new subscription can be created here. Deletes a selected entry from the Internet Services tab. Only available if at least one entry has been marked.
If you have Apple iTunes installed on your computer, you can import the Apple iTunes library into Nero MediaHome. The following buttons are available for this purposes on the Apple iTunes tab. Importing iTunes library Imports the media data from Apple iTunes into Nero MediaHome.
After importing the Apple iTunes library into Nero MediaHome, the files must still be indexed. Depending on the size of the library, this may take a while. The files are fully available to you only after the indexing is completed. See also: Window Dialog 12 Main window 9
In the Dialog window you can create a new entry for Internet Services.
Share Screen The following setting options are available: Drop-down menu Category Input field Title Input field URL Option button Automatically (recommended) Option button Once a day Option button Never (only manually) Button Update now Updates the subscription only when an update is manually initiated. Initiates the update manually. Only available when the input fields of the window have been completely filled in. Updates the subscription once each day. Automatically updates the subscription. Defines the URL of the subscription. Defines the name of the subscription. Defines the category of the entry.
See also: Share Screen 11
In the Options screen you can make server and autostart settings.
The following setting options are available in the Server Settings area: Button Reset Message Boxes Shows all messages and warnings that you had previously disabled.
The following setting options are available in the Autostart and Tray Settings area: Check box Automatically start Nero MediaHome when computer is turned on Check box Start this window minimized Check box Hide and put this window into the system tray when minimized Shows the window as an icon in the system tray when it is minimized rather than in the taskbar. Starts Nero MediaHome automatically as soon as the PC is switched on.
Starts Nero MediaHome minimized.
Options Screen Check box Always show Nero MediaHome icon in the system tray See also: Main window 9 Always displays the Nero MediaHome icon in the system tray, even when the window is open.
In the Network screen you can define network settings.
The following setting options are available: Input field Network name Option button Use a random port number Option button Use a fixed port number List box Network interfaces Selects a random port number for the Nero MediaHome network port. Defines a port number for the network port that stays the same each time Nero MediaHome is launched. Shows all installed network connections with their status, the name of the respective network adapter, the assigned IP address as well as the type of network connection. If you select the Activated check box, the server can be accessed from this network connection. See also: Main window 9 Defines the network name for the server.
Transcoding Screen The following option buttons are available in the Transcoding of Video Files and Transcoding of Picture Files areas: PAL Selects the television mode PAL (Phase Alternating Line), which is used in Europe, but also in Australia, South America, and many African and Asian countries. Selects the television mode NTSC (National Television System Committee), which is used in extensive parts of America and some East Asian countries. Retains the original resolution. The Original resolution option is selected by default.
See also: Main window 9
Remote UI Screen
In the Remote UI screen you can enable Remote UI and have the available Remote UI plugins displayed. Remote UI is an open UPnP standard that makes it possible to display a graphic interface on devices. With Remote UI you can use applications such as the included Sudoku game on your television and thereby expand the capabilities of your television. You can also program applications yourself for Remote UI; basic programming knowledge in JScript is sufficient. The application must be in the Nero MediaHome folder to be detected by Nero MediaHome.
Remote UI screen
The following setting options are available: Check box Enable Remote UI Input field Network port number Assigns a port number. Please note: The port number entered here must differ from the one you entered in the Options screen. Enables Remote UI.
Remote UI Screen Display list Remote UI Plug-ins Lists the available plug-ins for Remote UI. The Sudoku application is included.
In the TV screen you can make settings for TV streaming.
The following setting options are available: Check box Enable TV streaming Enables TV streaming and the Launch Nero TV Wizard button. Only available when the server is stopped and when a TV card is configured. Opens the TV Wizard window, where you can define settings for the TV card and select channels for TV streaming. Only available when the server is stopped.
Button Launch Nero TV Wizard
See also: Selecting and Setting TV Channels for Streaming 24 Main window 9
Selecting and Setting TV Channels for Streaming
The following requirements have to be fulfilled: The server is stopped. A supported TV card is connected to and installed on your computer. Using Nero MediaHome you can choose and set TV channels for streaming. To do this, proceed as follows:
1. Click the TV menu icon.
The TV screen is displayed.
2. Click the Launch Nero TV Wizard button.
The TV Wizard window is opened with the Device Selection screen.
3. Select the entry for your TV card in the Video Device drop-down menu. 4. If your TV card has several video inputs, select the entry you want in the Video Input dropdown menu.
5. Select the entry for the audio device in the Audio Device drop-down menu. In most cases,
the correct entry is Use audio from video device.
6. If your TV card has several audio inputs, choose the entry you want in the Audio Input dropdown menu.
7. Select the recording profile you want in the Recording Quality drop-down menu. 8. If you want to change the path where recordings are stored:
1. Click the. button. The Browse Folder dialog box is opened. The dialog box is closed and the chosen path is accepted. 2. Select the required folder and click the OK button.
The TV Channel Search screen is displayed.
10. In the Select Country drop-down menu, select the country you are in at the moment. 11. Click the Start Search button to find TV channels.
The search is started. You can follow the progress of the search in the Search Status
area based on the progress bar. The number of channels found is shown in the Search Status area.
12. When the channel search is finished, click the Next button.
The TV Channel Edit screen is displayed. The channels found are shown in the selection lists on the TV Channels and Radio Channels tabs.
13. If you want to rename a channel:
1. Highlight the channel you want in the selection list. 2. Click the Rename button.
TV Screen The Rename Channel dialog box is opened. The dialog box is closed. The relevant channel is renamed.
3. Enter the required name in the input field and click the OK button.
14. To remove a channel:
1. Select the desired channel. 2. Click the Remove button. The channel is removed from the selection list.
15. To change the position of a channel:
1. Select the desired channel. 2. Click the Up or Down button. The channel changes its position accordingly.
16. Click the Next button.
The Manage TV Channel Groups screen is displayed.
Channel groups are useful for managing TV channels. For example, you can group all sports stations into one channel group "Sport".
17. If you want to manage TV channel groups, click the TV Channel Groups tab. 18. If you want to create a new channel group:
1. Click the Add button. The Add Group dialog box is opened. The dialog box is closed and the group is added to the selection list. 2. Enter the required name in the input field and click the OK button.
19. To change the position of a channel group:
1. Select the desired channel group. 2. Click the Up or Down button. The channel group changes its position accordingly.
20. If you want to view and manage TV channels, click the TV Channels in Groups tab.
The Available Channels selection list shows the channels that have not yet been allocated to a group.
21. Select the entry for the group to which you want to add channels or from which you want to
delete channels in the Change Groups menu.
22. Select the channels you want to add to the group from the Available Channels selection list. 23. Click the >> button. 24. Repeat the last three steps for each group to be allocated channels. 25. To change the position of a channel:
1. Select the relevant channel in the Modify your groups area. 2. Click the Up or Down button. The channel changes its position accordingly.
26. To delete a channel from the group:
TV Screen 1. Select the relevant channel in the Modify your groups area. 2. Click the << button. The channel is removed from the group and moved to the Available Channels selection list.
27. Click the Finish button.
The information is saved. The TV screen is displayed.
28. Select the Enable TV streaming check box.
You have defined the TV settings and selected TV channels for streaming. Suitable
players can receive the TV channels from the server and play them. See also: TV Screen 23
10.1 System Requirements
Windows XP (SP2 or higher), Windows Server 2003 (SP2005 or higher), Windows XP Media Center Edition 2 or higher, Windows Vista Windows Vista x64 (the product functions in the x86 emulator that makes it possible to carry out 32-bit applications) DirectX 9.0c Revision 30 (August 2006) or higher Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher 1.2 GHz Intel Pentium III processor, AMD Sempron 2200+ or equivalent Minimum 256 MB RAM 200 MB hard drive space for standard installation. Graphics card with at least 32 MB video memory and a minimum resolution of 800 x 600 pixels and 16-bit color settings. However, we recommend 24-bit or 32-bit for true color. Network environment with 100 Mbit/sec Ethernet, WLAN (IEEE 802.11g) or faster. To install Nero MediaHome you need administrator rights for all operating systems.
System Requirements Supported UPnP devices for streaming from the Nero MediaHome server. A list of the certified UPnP devices can be found in http://www.upnpic.org/certification/default.asp#devices. Analog or digital TV card (DVB-T, DVB-S, DVB-C, and ATSC) that complies with the BDA driver standard For supported cards see www.nero.com
Broadband Internet connection (e.g. with DSL-1000 or higher speed) for registering, for updating of Nero MediaHome, the help file and other features. This activation is free of charge. The costs for the Internet connection are carried by the user. We recommend that you install the latest WHQL-certified drivers. WHQL stands for Windows Hardware Quality Labs and means that the device driver certified by Microsoft is compatible with Microsoft Windows and the relevant hardware.
10.2 Formats supported
10.2.1 Audio formats and codecs
The following formats can be played and transcoded on the fly in the transmission if they are not supported by the target device (streaming & transcoding):
Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF, AIF) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 1 (MP1) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 2 (MP2) Moving Picture Experts Group-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3) Moving Picture Experts Group - 1 Audio Layer 1/2/3 (MPA) Nero Digital (MP4) Dolby Digital (AC3) Advanced Audio Coding (AAC, M4A, MP4) Recource Interchange File Format WAVE (WAV, WAVE) Windows Media Audio (WMA) OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGM) Linear Pulse Code Modulation (LPCM, PCM, L16)
The following formats can only be played (streaming): Audible Audiobook (AA) Atrac3 (AT3P) Sun Audio Format (AU, SND) Digital Theater System (DTS) Musical Instrumental Digital Interface (MIDI, MID) Real Audio (RA) X-Twinvq (VQF, VQL) Adaptive Multirate Codec (AMR) Adaptive Multirate Wide Band (AWB)
10.2.2 Video formats and codecs
3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GP) Audio Video Interleave (AVI) Digital Video Express (DIVX) Advanced Streaming Format (ASF) Digital Video (DV)
Moving Picture Experts Group-2 (MPEG, MPG, MPE, M1V, DAT, MPEG2, MPG2, M2V, PVA, MOD, TOD, VOB, MP2P, PS, MP2T, TS) H.263/H.264/ASP/AVC Video with AAC/HE-AAC Audio (MP4, M4P, MOV, QT) Windows Media Video (WMV) Microsoft Digital Video Recording (DVR-MS) Flash Video (FLV) Nero Digital (MP4)
The following formats can only be played (streaming): Motion Joint Photografic Expert Group (MJPG) OGG Vorbis (OGG, OGM) Real Media (RM)
10.2.3 Image formats
Bitmap (BMP) Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) Joint Photografic Expert Group (JPEG, JPG, JPE) Portable Network Graphics (PNG) Tagged Image File Format (TIFF, TIF) Windows Media File (WMF)
10.2.4 Formats for Playlists
Moving Picture Experts Group Audio Layer 3 Uniform Resource Locator/MP3 URL (M3U) Playlists File Format (PLS) Rich Site Summary (RSS)
Streaming refers to the continuous transmission of data that can already be played during the transmission procedure. This means that it is not necessary to wait until a media file has been transmitted completely before it can be played back. A TV channel can be received and displayed at the same time without it first having to be saved to the hard drive.
Transcoding denotes a conversion process from one media format (video/audio) into another such as the conversion of WAV files into MP3 files.
The purpose of the Universal Plug and Play is to control devices in a local network. UPnPcapable devices such as printers, routers or other computers in a network can easily be combined into a network.
A video cast is a series of video contributions in the Internet that you can subscribe to using a news feed.
A Access control.. 17 Apple iTunes... 12 Apple iTunes tab.. 12 Auto-detect.. 19 Automatic starting. 7, 8 Autorun.. 7, 8, 9, 14 Autostart and Tray Settings. 7, 8 Autostart settings.. 14 C Channel Search. 24 Configuring TV channels.. 24 Control device remotely. 18 Conventions, manual.. 4 D Device Selection.. 24 Devices... 7, 9, 17 Devices screen.. 7, 9, 17 DMR Devices.. 18 E Enable Remote UI.. 9, 21 Enable TV streaming.. 26 End Nero MediaHome. 10 Exit... 10 H Help.. 10 I Indexing... 7 Internet services. 12 Internet Services tab.. 12 L Local Folders.. 7, 11 Local Folders tab. 7, 11 Local Network... 4 M Main window.. 9 Manual, conventions. 4 Media Library.. 11 Media Library tab.. 11 N Nero ControlCenter.. 6 Network.. 4, 9, 16, 18 Network name.. 16 Network port number.. 21 Network port:... 16 Network screen.. 9, 16 NTSC.. 20 O Operate player controls.. 18 Options.. 7, 9 Options screen. 7, 8, 9, 14 Original resolution.. 20 P PAL.. 20 Play formats.. 18 Playback devices. 9, 17, 18 Plug-ins.. 22 Port number:.. 16, 21 Preferences For Network.. 16 R Radio Channels.. 24 Recording Quality.. 24 Remote control.. 17, 18 Remote UI... 9, 21 Remote UI screen.. 9, 21 Remove Share.. 11 Resolution.. 20 Retain original format.. 19 S Safety warning.. 7
Index Select TV channels. 24 Server.. 7, 8, 9, 24 Server Settings.. 14 Share files.. 4 Share media files. 4 Share screen.. 7, 9, 11 Shares.. 7, 9, 11 Sharing folders.. 7 Starting the Media Server.. 7 Starting the Server. 7, 8, 10 Status.. 7, 10 Status screen. 7, 10 Stop Server.. 10 Streaming... 24 Sudoku.. 21 T Task bar.. 14 Transcoding.. 9 Transcoding screen.. 7, 9, 19 Transcoding settings.. 19 TV... 10, 23, 24 TV card.. 24 TV Channel Groups.. 25 TV Channel Search. 24 TV channels.. 24 TV screen.. 10, 23, 24 TV standard.. 20 TV Streaming.. 10, 23 TV Wizard.. 23, 24 U Universal Plug and Play. 4 UPnP.. 4, 18, 21 V Video mode.. 20 W Window Dialog.. 12 X Xbox 360... 4
Starting Nero MediaHome and sharing files with the Xbox 360
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In this tutorial you can follow the step-by-step procedure for starting Nero MediaHome for the first time and sharing files with your Xbox 360. The following requirement has to be fulfilled: The Xbox 360 is connected to your computer. Proceed as follows to share audio, video, and image files with your Xbox 360:
1. Start Nero MediaHome.
The first window of the start wizard is opened.
2. Click the My Documents folder.
The folder is indexed and added to the list of shared files, meaning that not only the files
in the folder but also any existing subfolders are shared. The next window of the start wizard is opened. By sharing your files over the network you enable everybody throughout the LAN (local area network) to browse and download your shared media files. Please take care not to share any private or confidential files! The wireless streaming function of Nero MediaHome allows you to follow the current television program in all rooms and even outside. Use the TV Wizard to perform the necessary settings to the TV card and to select channels for streaming. However, these functions are not explained in this tutorial.
3. Click the Skip button.
The Nero MediaHome media server is ready.
4. Click the Start the media server now button to start the media server without adding additional folders to your shares.
The My Documents folder is shared and the Nero MediaHome media server is started.
5. Click the Start the media server later button to share additional folders.
The main window is displayed.
6. In the Local Folders tab on the Shares screen click the Add button.
The Browse For Folder window is opened.
7. Choose the folder you wish to share and click the OK button.
in the folder but also any existing subfolders are shared.
8. To share more folders, repeat the last two steps. 9. Click the Start Server button in the bottom area of the main window.
The Nero MediaHome media server is started and the Status screen is displayed. You have shared the desired media files and can play them now on your Xbox 360.
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