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The possible choices are: This setting if enabled will make all Media Servers of this remote network (those listed in the right screenshot) visible on the target LAN on which your Android device is currently connected.
This only work if your Android device uses a Wi Fi or Ethernet connection.
Now every time your Android device switches to a mobile connection, Bubble UPn P will connect to Bubble UPn P server to make your Media Server available in the Devices tab.
And if you switch from a mobile connection to Wi Fi, it will disconnect and remove them from the Devices tab.
Bubble UPn P Server can create a "proxy" Media Server (associated to a real Media Server on your LAN), that will attempt to convert incorrect data into correct data.
Data is always reformatted in a more compact format with the benefit of speeding up browsing on slower devices.
As long as Bubble UPn P Server is able to discover your Media Server, it can create a proxy Media Server which in turn has more chance to be discovered by UPn P software.
Video showing that feature (courtesy of Stephen Philips) When operating an UPn P AV Renderer, the playlist of audio tracks resides on the Control Point which must remain running for playlist track advance to happen.
This page displays the list of UPn P AV Media Renderers and Google Cast devices detected on your local network.
Selecting a Google Cast device, you can transform it into: All GPU encoding is done using h264 which is universally supported.
Only one GPU transcoding task is possible at the time.
If Bubble UPn P Server must handle a new transcode while a GPU transcode is already active, it will fallback to software transcoding for that new transcode. Start the Bubble UPn P Server web config, go into 'Settings Chromecast Transcoding' and tap the 'Peform GPU transcoding test' button.
After a few seconds (up to a minute), it will display if GPU transcoding is supported and if the case which GPU is used and its support for decoding various codecs. This is the name used to identify the remote Bubble UPn P Server network. It is used to identify Media Servers from different networks.