tagline: From openSUSE
A free, multiplatform Universal Plug and Play A/V MediaServer (not yet fully UPnP compliant). It supports on-the-fly transcoding from ogg/vorbis, musepack/mpc, FLAC and AAC/MP4 to mp3, mp2, wav or pcm, image conversion/rescaling and video transcoding.
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Fuppes is a DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) server where you can store your Music (o.a. iTunes), Pictures, Videos and Playlists, which you can play on a DLNA compatible device in your (wireless) network. Such a device can be an MP3 player, an iPod, an XBOX 360, a television set etc.
- Store multimedia content
- Provides multimedia files to DLNA render devices
- Does on-the fly transcoding from the format on de server to the format required by the render device; you can specify per device transcoding
- Provides a Virtual Folder system to organize your files
 See also
- Rygel needs Gnome