Airplayer, OPlayer HD, OPlayerHD Lite differences?

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Airplayer, OPlayer HD, OPlayerHD Lite differences?

Postby Nozokyo » Fri Feb 07, 2014 9:34 am

Greetings from Australia and thank you for your apps.

These 3 app all claim to stream audio & video, so what's the difference between them?

1. Please inform me what are the differences between:
OPlayerHD Lite
OPlayer HD
AirPlayer

2. I have an iPad2, Windows7, WindowsXP,Samba network shares.
I want to stream both video and audio from Windows.
Please advise me which app will be best to use to stream:
a. video only ?
b. audio only ?
c. video and audio ?


Thanks.
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Re: Airplayer, OPlayer HD, OPlayerHD Lite differences?

Postby admin » Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:44 am

AirPlayer is a DLNA/UPnP client for streaming videos/audios/photos from your UPnP server.(a PC, or a NAS or other phone/tablet)

OPlayer is mainly designed as a local player, but also has many other network protocols supported: such as FTP/SAMBA/Dropbox/HTTP...

OPlayerHD Lite is Lite version
OPlayer HD is Full version, has dropbox support and ads remove.
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Re: Airplayer, OPlayer HD, OPlayerHD Lite differences?

Postby Nozokyo » Mon Feb 10, 2014 7:30 am

Thanks for that.

With the network protocols, can Oplayer do DLNA/UPnP as well ?

Also - if I have a PC with Windows7, DLNA and network directory shares (Samba) AND a NAS, which protocol is more efficient for streaming ofer a WiFi LAN;
DLNA, Samba, HTTP... ?

Thanks.
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Re: Airplayer, OPlayer HD, OPlayerHD Lite differences?

Postby admin » Wed Feb 12, 2014 4:05 am

Nozokyo wrote:Thanks for that.

With the network protocols, can Oplayer do DLNA/UPnP as well ?

Also - if I have a PC with Windows7, DLNA and network directory shares (Samba) AND a NAS, which protocol is more efficient for streaming ofer a WiFi LAN;
DLNA, Samba, HTTP... ?

Thanks.

OPlayer not supports DLNA now.

Either the protocol is okay for streaming
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