3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 13, 2010 8:17 AM by Chowd
pmp350 Level 1 (0 points)
I want to be able to stream internet content from my MacBook Pro through my home network to my DLNA BluRay player. An example is to watch TV programs from NBC from my Mac to my TV. I've "Cut the cable" to my cable service and i still want to watch some programs on a screen that is bigger than my Mac.

Is this possible?

Thanking everyone in advance,

Paul

MAC Book Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.3), Have 4 MACs
  • eww Level 9 (52,980 points)
    Why not connect the MBP directly to the TV? Going through the network and Blu-Ray player seems like needless and probbly troublesome complexity.
  • pmp350 Level 1 (0 points)
    That is going to be plan B. I have 2 Macs and I need something that is easy for my wife to do. Connecting cables and such might not be what she wants to do. Plus we would have to buy another power supply to put at the TV location because both our power supplies are hidden behind desks.

    I'm just seeing if DLNA will work some how.
  • Chowd Level 1 (0 points)
    I am not sure if this helps, since I am only just learning what DLNA is all about. But I have managed to successfully use a program called Twonky Media to stream things from my Macbook to my Sony Bravia. It works fine for photos and video, but I am not sure it will stream things directly from internet.