Nero Streaming Player Version iOS 1.2.18 / Android 1.0.78 

We have listened to your feedback, so check out the great new features. And of course we swept the yard and fixed some bugs.

  • Now, stream to your Chromecast device directly, from both your mobile device as well as via Nero MediaHome 2019 on your PC
  • We made it easier for you telling us your problems and suggestions via the more convenient feedback function
  • Check out the video tutorial and FAQs via the info page
  • Now, go to other Nero mobile applications with just one click!

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New Android version of Nero Streaming Player available

Version 1.0.59 of Nero Streaming Player for Android  is available. Get it now from Google Play Store or update your installed app to benefit from the range of great new features!

What’s New?

  • Browse, play, and stream content in local device folders
  • Play and stream media files on your SD card
  • Play and stream media files from an OTG compatible USB storage
  • Some bug fixes

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New Versions of Nero Streaming Player available for iOS and Android

New versions of Nero Streaming Player are available for iOS and Android. Please get the new version via the App Stores or just update the installed version on your device.

New in iOS Version 1.2.2 

  • Supports iOS 11
  • Check the connected UPnP devices in your home network (see below)
  • Some bug fixes

New in Android Version 1.1

  • Check the connected UPnP devices in your home network (see below)
  • Some bug fixes

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How do I need to name my ‘TV Show’ video files based on ‘Seasons’ & ‘Episode’ information so that they show up correctly under ‘TV Shows’?

As an introduction to the topic of ‘Movies & TV Shows’ in Nero MediaHome take a look at the overview FAQ.

Folder Structure and Naming

You can add folders on your PC that include Movies or TV Shows to Nero MediaHome media library via the options settings. Once done your Movies or TV Shows will be indexed and added to the browsing views accordingly.

If available, Nero MediaHome will make use additional meta data to achieve optimum results for showing correct movie names and associated film posters. Please, take a quick look at some essential naming conventions that you should apply to all your files associated to Movies & TV Shows.

In order to achieve best results we strongly recommend separating Movie and TV Show content into separate main directories.

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To ensure accurate matches for your TV shows in Nero MediaHome, we suggest to follow the naming conventions below.

Season/Episode type of TV Shows

To name season/episode based shows, please make use of below naming convention.

  • TV Shows/ShowName/Season xx/ShowName – sXXeYY – Optional_Info.ext

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Example

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Multi-Episode Files

If a single video file covers more than one episode, we suggest the following naming.

  • TV Shows/Show Name/Season xx/ShowName – sXXeYY-eZZ – Optional_Info.ext

[in this case YY is the first episode number covered in the file, ZZ is the last episode number covered in the file]

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How do I have to name ‘Movie’ files in order to browse for my ‘Movies’?

As an introduction to the topic of ‘Movies & TV Shows’ in Nero MediaHome take a look at the overview FAQ.

Folder Structure and Naming

You can add folders on your PC that include ‘Movies’ or ‘TV Shows’ to Nero MediaHome media library via the options settings. Once done your Movies or TV Shows will be indexed and added to the browsing views accordingly.

If available, Nero MediaHome will make use of additional meta data to achieve optimum results for showing correct movie names and associated film posters. Please, take a quick look at some essential naming conventions that you should apply to all your files associated to Movies & TV Shows.

In order to achieve best results we strongly recommend separating Movie and TV Show content into separate main directories.

For instance, you might use something like this.NMH_EN_1.1

Single Video Files

For single video files that do not have any further associated file going along, the folder structure is of no meaning. For naming single video files as ‘movie’ files please use below convention.

  • Movies/MovieName – Year.ext*

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*[Year = Year of release, ext = file ending]

Folders including movie files and external subtitles

Folders including movies can consist of several associated individual files. A typical case is movie folders including external subtitles. In such folders you will find files with different files extensions. Just name all files in the folder with the generic movie name and leave the individual file extension naming in place.

  • Movies/MovieName/MovieName – Year.extNMH_EN_1.3

 

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