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Topic # 128833 25-Aug-2013 08:39
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SO I've got premier league pass and i've got a panasonic blu ray dvd thingy which has DLNA capabilites.

WHat I am hoping to do is stream the flash playback of the games on PLP to my TV via DLNA, but when I connet to my PC using this method I only seem to get content already stored in my library, music, pics, videos etc.

Is it possible to achieve what I am after with my current set up or should I go for a differnt option (the PC is in a different room to the TV so hooking up via a HDMI cable would be a pain in the ****).

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  Reply # 884127 25-Aug-2013 09:35
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  Reply # 884128 25-Aug-2013 09:36
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freitasm: Is the Premier League playing in a tab of your PC? You could use a Google Chromecast to play it.



NAh it pops up in a separate window - flash I think

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  Reply # 884342 25-Aug-2013 21:29
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Can you play it on a android device via their app and then plug/stream it onto your TV . Maybe MHL if your TV/something else you have supports it?






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  Reply # 884343 25-Aug-2013 21:33
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LennonNZ: Can you play it on a android device via their app and then plug/stream it onto your TV . Maybe MHL if your TV/something else you have supports it?





Nah I've got iPhone and iPad and if the useless $@&#'s ever release their app that's an option. Still gotta buy Apple TV for $150 though which I'd prefer to avoid. Could connect the iPad via cable I'm guessing

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  Reply # 884838 26-Aug-2013 16:42
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Try TVersity or Serviio or stream a desktop using VLC.

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  Reply # 884842 26-Aug-2013 16:49
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Its the flash player that really is anoying here... having to have a pc at all is anoying and waste of power.

A appletv/small android/raspberrypi would be a nicer option but would require a better way to stream directly I guess

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