Wild Media Server is a UPnP/DLNA/HTTP media server that allows users to stream media resources (photographs, audio, and video files) from a computer to other UPnP (DLNA) devices on a home network (for example, LG TV/BDP, Philips TV/BDP, Sony TV/BDP, Samsung TV/BDP, Sony Playstation 3, ToshibaTV, XBOX 360, WD TV Live, Popcorn Hour, Dune, Boxee Box, iPad/iPhone/iPod, Apple TV (AirPlay), Chromecast (Google Cast), mobile, and PDA devices).
- The app contains audio and video transcoders, allowing you to convert media resources to a format supported by the playback device.
- You can also convert the aspect ratio of video files to a screen format suitable for your playback device (color additions specified by the user), and to choose audio tracks and subtitles.
- You can change transcoders, starting from any time position.
- It supports loading music data from Gracenote.com (by song title, album, artist, and fingerprint).
- It supports DMR (Digital Media Renderer) device control, allowing you to "Play to" a single device or multiple devices.
- It supports scripts to load the data from Internet movie databases (IMDb, TheMovieDB, TheTVDB.com included).
- It supports Digital Video Broadcasting (C, S, T), so you can send DVB streams from your PC to your media devices.
- It supports customization of the structure of media resources for each device, using dynamic folders (the items in the folder are created with a script).
- It supports automatic translation system for interface of program, using Microsoft Translate.
- It contains a transcoding profiles for VLC Media Player, so you can send streams of Internet radio or Internet TV to your media devices.
- It supports Web-navigation with HTML5 player on devices without DLNA (UPnP) support.
- It supports Digital Media Renderer (DMR) emulation for Airplay and Google Cast devices.