May

02

2014

TVMOBiLi has today introduced a brand new dedicated profile for the Roku 3 media player to enable smooth seamless streaming to this device.

Using the Roku Media Channel it is now possible to unlock all of your media and stream in full HD to this device.

March

19

2014

Having both of your computer's network cards connected to the same network causes a heap of trouble for DLNA that causes constant disconnects on your TV/Blu-ray. In this article, @ZooteeMan gives you the low-down on why the problems occur, and how to solve it.

March

18

2014

Our latest development release now fully supports the streaming of subtitles to Panasonic devices without having to transcode.

Head on over to our downloads page and update to this version to enable subtitle streaming.

March

18

2014

To celebrate the impending arrival of Spring here in the UK we are running a competition. Head over to our facebook page for more details..http://www.facebook.com/TVMOBiLi

March

18

2014

The ‘Xbox One’ will be the next gaming console released by Microsoft. It follows on from the success of Xbox 360 released in 2005. The Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3 (PS3) both have proved themselves to be excellent media servers and integrate seamlessly with TVMOBiLi.

September

04

2013

This short tutorial was created by one of our user's. It shows how the software 'AllCast' can be used to as a remote control for TVMOBiLi's media server. In a nutshell Allcast displays your media library when using TVMOBiLi on your mobile device. This library can then be controlled through your mobile phone without needing to interact with the main computer or location of your media.

August

20

2013

We are happy to announce that TVMOBiLi have passed the Wesite Reputation test attaining 100%.

Webutation is an open community about Website Reputation. They help to make the web a safer place by carrying out the following:

- Test websites against spyware, spam and scams with smart scanning technology in realtime.

July

26

2013

New research from Informa Telecoms & Media shows that high-definition television (HDTV) increases it’s household penetration. We love HD content and TVMOBiLi have supported streaming in full HD (1080p) for years, it is great to see that the industry is catching up :)

July

24

2013

This short tutorial was created by one of our user's in Japan. 'パソコンに保存した動画をストリーミングで視聴できるiPod Touchアプリ' highlights how you can stream media from your home computer to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Since it was created we have updated the design of TVMOBiLi's interface however the tutorial show's (without the need of speech) how simple and easy it is to stream media from your computer to (in this example) your iOS device

In this video you will also notice that the user adds an external hard drive that becomes instantly accessible when it appears in the default TVMOBiLi interface as 'Folders'.

July

19

2013

We often receive support emails asking us “how can I stream a movie with subtitles?”

Movie files can be streamed with or without subtitle files. When the subtitle files are not available with a movie file they can also be downloaded separately (and still work together).



How can a movie file that is downloaded separately from a subtitle file work with one another?

In order to watch a subtitle file (SRT) with a movie file you simply need to ensure that they are both saved in the same folder. Advanced media servers (like TVMOBiLi) allow to you to play the contents of an entire folder. By doing so this performs “an overlay”. This basically means that the subtitles are added to (or overlayed) onto the original movie file and they are played together.

Streaming Movies with Subtitles TVMOBiLi Checklist

1. Ensure that you have the subtitle file (SRT) & Movie file in the same folder, and they are called exactly the same name. For instance a movie called ‘Avatar.mkv’ must have an SRT file called ‘Avatar.srt’

2. Make sure that you have TVMOBiLi installed on the computer where your files are saved. TVMOBiLi is free to download and use.

3. If you plan to use TVMOBiLi as a media server and stream the media to another device (SMART TV, iPad, Blu-Ray Player, Game Console etc) switch it on and make sure that it is using the internet connection as the computer where the movie file is located.

4. Look at the devices interface and play the folder containing the subtitle and movie file

5. If you have a Samsung, or LG device, nothing else needs to be done. However some devices made from other manufacturers may require you to open the TVMOBiLi interface and select ‘Always transcode’ from the transcodes page.

6. Enjoy



To follow this tutorial you will need to download TVMOBiLi's free media server. You can download TVMOBiLi for Windows, Mac or Linux by clicking on the..... "Party on Wayne" button!

June

29

2013

Sometimes we forget how ridiculously easy it is to stream media (videos, photos and music) to Samsung TV’s, Blu-Ray Players and other Samsung devices using TVMOBiLi. Everyone who works here at TVMOBiLi is a huge fan of Samsung and the devices they continue to release.

We decided to write a little tutorial to help Samsung TV owners make the most out of their TV by streaming media to it using TVMOBiLi.

TVMOBiLi is a reliable and trusted media server compatible with all new (and newish) Samsung TV’s and other DLNA devices. These include those that include and do not have Samsung’s inbuilt 'Allshare' technology.



"TVMOBiLi will connect to your Samsung’s device as soon as they are both online. When this automatic pairing occurs information can then be transferred (streamed) quickly and without any buffering".


- Streaming to Samsung TV's Tutorial



• Make sure that you have downloaded TVMOBiLi (it's free) to the computer you would like to stream your movie, music or photo file(s) from.

• Ensure that your computer and your Samsung TV are both connected to the same internet connection and are both online.

• Now ensure that you are logged into TVMOBiLi with the email address and password that you provided when registering.

• If you have an older Samsung device it may not be WIFI enabled and either need an Ethernet lead or a Samsung WIFI dongle for it to be connected to the Internet.

• When both devices are online a popup box from TVMOBiLi may appear in the bottom right-hand corner of your Samsung TV. This popup box is often a light grey colour.

• If you cannot see the TVMOBiLi box try refreshing the browser on your computer that displays TVMOBiLi. This should reinforce the connection.

• If you still cannot see TVMOBiLi on the TV screen then have a quick look in the standard Samsung TV navigation using your remote control.

• If you still cannot see a TVMOBiLi icon or popup box on your TV check that both of your devices are online. Failing this feel free to ask us for help via the support forum.

• Now simply click on the TVMOBiLi icon shown on your TV to get started. All of the media on your computer will now be available on the TV and throughout the home wirelessly.

• You may also notice that media saved in iTunes or iPhoto appears in the same folder structure on your TV making your content easy to find and access.

• If you want to watch a movie with subtitles make sure that the subtitle file (SRT format) is saved in the same folder as your video file. By doing so this will stream the subtitle simultaneously with your movie file (perform a overlay) directly to your Samsung TV.

TVMOBiLi is free to download and use. It also perfectly with other devices such as PlayStations, Tablets, Blu-Ray Players, NAS drives and mobile phones of all shapes and sizes

May

29

2013



We often get told by our users how easy it is to stream media (videos, photos and music) to Samsung SMART TV’s, Blu-Ray Players and devices. Well, it’s true. TVMOBiLi is the perfect home media server for all new (and newish) Samsung TV’s, devices. These include those that both have Samsung’s inbuilt Allshare media server

TVMOBiLi will connect to your Samsung’s device as soon as they are both online. When this automatic pairing occurs information can then be transferred (streamed) quickly and without any buffering.

How to stream media from your computer to your Samsung TV (for Dummies)


1) Make sure that you have downloaded TVMOBiLi to the computer you would like to stream your movie, music or photo file(s) from

2) Ensure that your computer and your Samsung TV and computer are both connected to the same internet connection and are both online.

3) Now ensure that you are logged into TVMOBiLi with the email address and password that you provided when registering

4) If you have an older Samsung device it may not be WIFI enabled and either need an Ethernet lead or a Samsung WIFI dongle.

5) When both devices are online you will notice that a popup box from TVMOBiLi appears in the bottom right-hand corner. This popup box is often a light grey colour.

6) If you cannot see the TVMOBiLi box try refreshing the browser on your computer that displays TVMOBiLi. This should reinforce the connection

7) If you still cannot see TVMOBiLi appear on the TV screen then have a quick look in the standard Samsung TV navigation via your remote control.

8) If you still cannot see TVMOBiLi on your TV check that both of your devices are online. Failing this feel free to ask us for help via the support forum

9) Simply click on the TVMOBiLi icon on your TV to get started. You will find all of the media available your computer TV and throughout the home wirelessly.

10) You may also notice that media saved in iTunes or iPhoto appear in the same folder structure making your content easy to find and access.

11) If you have a subtitle file (SRT format) with your video file this will stream with your movie file (perform a overlay) to your Samsung TV,

TVMOBiLi also works perfectly with PlayStations, Tablets, Blu-Ray Players, NAS drives and mobile phones of all shapes and sizes

May

11

2013

Once you have downloaded TVMOBiLi (free download) make sure that your Blu-Ray or DVD player is connected to the same internet connection as your computer. Once they are both online look at your Blu-Ray or DVD player's interface. You should see the TVMOBiLi icon popup (or for it to appear somewhere within your Blu-Ray or DVD player's standard navigation).