Open source UPnP MediaRenderer?
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    Open source UPnP MediaRenderer?

    Right, I've got a little home project, I'm building an FreeBSD based media center. Got everything pretty much working but there's one thing missing, a MediaRenderer.

    There are plenty of MediaServer applications to be found but I need the other end, the recieving end. Most of the things I found involve either a PS3, Xbox or some set-top box. Not what I want.

    So, anybody know of a decent MediaRenderer?
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    how about GMediaRender? http://gmrender.nongnu.org/

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    There's no FreeBSD port for it but I'll see if it works and maybe create a port for it myself. Shouldn't be to difficult, there are ports for it's dependancies.

    Thanks for the tip!
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