Stream videos, photos & music via your PC in your home network and play your media wirelessly on your mobile device with super easy to use ‘Nero Receiver’ App.
Stream videos, photos & music to your tablet in the garden!
Listen to PC music playlists on your smartphone in the bedroom!
Friends came over? Show some photos & slideshows sitting on the couch!
Also stream media files between different mobile devices within the same WiFi network – even platform independent. E.g. use Nero Streaming Player App on one mobile device as a wireless media server and via Nero Receiver App let your second mobile device become your wireless media player. Nero Receiver App is also compatible with numerous other UPnP / DLNA media servers and media player apps.
Nero Receiver provides you with an easy and high quality solution!
Play photos, videos & music stored on the PC to your mobile device
Stream music and music playlists
Stream photos and slideshows
Cast single videos or several videos in a row
Play any media file from Media Player® to your tablet or mobile
Cast media files using other UPnP / DLNA media servers – also media server apps
Pause or stop media playback and skip titles using your smartphone
Special features in combination with Nero MediaHome
Transcoding: always stream in device-compatible format
Face Recognition: automatic categorization of your photo library
Geo Tagging: sort photos by places you have visited
Themed Slideshows: stream slideshows with automatic intro/outro, transitions & music
Yes, this is possible with Nero mobile streaming solutions.
When you have two mobile devices available within your home network you can use one device with Nero Streaming Player App as streaming server and the second device with Nero Receiver App as client.
With this setup it is extremly easy to stream your photos, videos, and music e.g. on your iPhone with Nero Streaming Player App to your second mobile device (e.g. your iPad) utilizing Nero Receiver App.
Find information on how to use Nero Streaming Player in this blog: Nero KnowHow 00045.
Find information on how to use Nero Receiver App in this blog: Nero KnowHow 00057.
Nero Receiver is compatible to many UPnP / DLNA media servers like Windows Media Player®, Cyberlink Power DVD®, Nero MediaHome®, and more. Nero Receiver is available at Google Play Store for mobile phones and Android TV.
In Combination with Nero MediaHome on your PC, Nero Receiver even extends its functions:
Navigation functions: play single videos or several videos in sequence, and make use of previous title/next title
Via search function jump to any place withing your movie
Play Nero MediaHome design slideshows with effect designs, intro, outro, titles, and matching music
Viewing of family and friends via face recognition
Simply viewing places you have visited
Browsing and playing of your personal collection of movies and TV Shows via movie poster thumbnails
Listening to your favorite songs and music genres via your music playlist
This is how you use Nero Receiver via Nero MediaHome
Open Nero MediaHome on your PC
Select the “Play To“ button presenting the active device list
Select “Nero Receiver” from this list
Select a video, photo, slideshow, or a music playlist in Nero MediaHome
Click on the play button in Nero MediaHome
Your mobile device will load and immediately play your selection
Via play control in Nero Receiver use Pause, Start, Stop, previous/next Title
This is how you use Nero Receiver via Windows Media Player®
Select a file via Windows Explorer
Right click on the chosen file and select “Cast to device”, then select “Nero Receiver”
Your selected video will show as thumbnail within the streaming playlist window and autoplay once loaded
If you selected several videos as a playlist Nero Receiver will play them sequentially
Full navigation controls Start/Stop/Pause/previous/next Title will only be available in Windows MediaPlayer Streaming window
Within Nero Receiver you can use Play/Pause/Stop
Before you can do media streaming via Windows Media Player® you need to activate media streaming under “Windows Control Panel“, once:
Open “Windows Control Panel” and type “Media” into the search field top right
Click on “Media Streaming Options” (located directly under “Network and Sharing Services”)
Activate media streaming via clicking on the respective button