Send a podcast to a DNLA device
Send a podcast to a DNLA device, in order to listen it on my HiFi, via LAN at home
Joachim, Switzerland commented
great feature idea, DLNA can do it.
I'd gladly be a beta tester,
I have a fritzbox with Mediaserver (very widely used in germany) and a nas box with twonky server built in.
DLNA clients I use are fiio x5 handheld highres player and BubbleUPnP on Android.
Alfonso Licir commented
Yes I think it's a great idea too
Paul Hilmer commented
This feature is really needed. I'm in search for a podcatcher-app that supports streaming via DLNA/UPnP and there seems to be none.
Only work-arounds by "external play" with some DLNA-player, but these suck in real live.
This would be great. I just returned DENON and Yamaha multiroom systems to amazon. They both failed to fast forward or rewind while playing in DLNA or network mode.
But some devices like ggmm e5 are working fine. It would be really great to take all advantages from podcast addict to this device by integrating DLNA / upnp
This idea is awesome!
I will love this, using another dlna player loose too much option (where I was on the podcast, pace player, etc).
chris patten commented
I would absolutely love this. Chromecast is nice but I have other dlna devices
On Android I use BubbleUPnP to consume media on different UPnP renderers.
In PodcastAddict select a podcast episode and share it to an external player. Select BubbleUPnP as external Player.
In BubbleUPnP you can select any UPnP Renderer available in your network.
This works with downloaded episodes as well as with live streams.
As with other external Players, this does not deliver back progress information if the episode was read, etc.
But because I need this feature not too often, it's sufficient...
If this means the ability to cast to xbmc/kodi/osmc in addition to chromecast, I'm in
Greg Searle commented
From experience, I have to agree that this would be useful. I have set up a third-party DNLA server (Servers Ultimate Pro) on my (rooted) device, and pointed one of the media roots to my podcasts folder. It's really convenient to be able to play any one of my downloaded podcasts from another DNLA-capable device in the home. Unfortunately, PA has no way of knowing that I played something, so it doesn't get marked as read.