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iSedora Overview

simple to use • install it and forget it

iSedora is designed to easily play your digital media — movies, broadcast recordings, music albums, photos, podcasts, audiobooks and the others — on TV or any DLNA compatible device. Using iSedora is simple: just install it, point out where you store the media and forget about it. No more effort is required to access the media from anywhere in your house: simply turn a TV on and select what you want to play by a remote control.

powerful • transcodes any media on the fly

Keeping iSedora easy to use means getting it more powerful inside. Whenever you are playing any piece of media, iSedora does the best to bring you extra quality of content rendering. Playing Full HD movies with 5.1 digital sound or viewing hundreds of photos seems a trivial task for your TV or other DLNA compatible device when communicating with iSedora. Moreover, iSedora is able to render media to multiple devices simultaneously, revealing all its inner power to keep your home smarter.

universal • streams to any DLNA device

iSedora comprehends your media files, no matter which of dozens of existing formats you choose to store your collection. iSedora follows up your DLNA devices and performs intelligent transcoding of media files if these are not playable by a device natively. While fine-tuned to work best with Sony Bravia TV, PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Xbox 360, iSedora makes all its efforts to harmonize with any DLNA-compliant gadget.

friendly • updates to fit your needs

With iSedora being constantly tested upon clouds of media types, formats and codecs there is just a small chance of some file being not playable. In case it actually happens — or any other trouble occurs — feel free to report a problem to iSedora Development Team. We'll trace your issue asap and release a new iSedora version fixing the point or introducing a new feature. Greater part of latest public updates was inspired by iSedora users' requirements. Read their feedback below or .

Current version: iSedora Media Server, v1.7.9
Released: May 6, 2013 • release changelog

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Technical Specifications

Original Features

  • Fine tuned to work with Sony BRAVIA TV's, Sony PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360
  • Intelligent support for other UPnP / DLNA devices
  • Excellent transcoding video quality with Full HD support
  • Automatic subtitles recognition
  • Optimized for speed and memory efficiency
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 — both 32 and 64-bit
  • Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6, Lion 10.7, Mountain Lion 10.8 (64-bit CPU)


  • Support for MPEG, MP4, MKV, WMV, ASF, Flash, and many others video containers and codecs
  • Streams Full HD videos
  • Live video transcoding to format suitable for your rendering device
  • Subtitles (all formats and encodings) support
  • Support for EyeTV packaged recordings


  • Support for MP3, WAV, AAC, M4A, WMA, OGG, FLAC, AIFF, PCM
  • Lossless music transcoding to LPCM format for transmission over the wire
  • iTunes support (Mac & Windows)
  • iTunes Podcasts support
  • Audio books support


  • Support for JPEG, PNG, TIFF, BMP, GIF
  • Auto image rotation
  • Auto image scaling for better rendering performance
  • iPhoto library support (Mac only)
  • Aperture library support (Mac only)


Server Status
iSedora Service Status tab shows server state and lists all connected DLNA client devices.
Media Preferences
Media Preferences tab configures media root folders with your video, music and photo files. You can have several root folders combined as one.
Advanced Media Preferences
Advanced Media Preferences tab sets some extra parameters for media streaming. You can also change default network port for http protocol communications.
Media Informer
Media Informer tab reveals the detailed specification of any media file in your collection. Just drag-n-drop an item on the panel to know all the inner media parameters. If a file wouldn't play you can immediately inform iSedora support team about a problem with a button click.
Supported Media
Supported Media tab lists all media formats currently recognized by iSedora Media Server. These formats are either playable directly by a DLNA device or can be intelligently transcoded.
About tab informs you about installed version of iSedora and also enables access to some service options like viewing system properties, listing supported media formats or logging program messages.

Prices & Licensing

Starter License
Personal License
Multiroom License
Native support for Sony Bravia TV Yes Yes Yes
Native support for Sony PlayStation 3 Yes Yes Yes
Native support for Microsoft Xbox 360 Yes Yes Yes
Intelligent support for other DLNA/UPnP devices Yes Yes Yes
HD Movies Playback Yes Yes Yes
On-the-fly transcoding Yes Yes Yes
Subtitles support Yes Yes Yes
Simultaneous DLNA devices per server 1 1 Unlimited
Free upgrade to new versions 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years
Price per server (30% Discount on 1st iSedora Anniversary) $35 $25
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know how
Install iSedora on a computer located anywhere in your home network and complete simple configuration steps
Access your media collection — movies, photos, disks, podcasts, etc — with any compatible TV over network
iSedora is tuned to work with PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game consoles located anywhere in the network
iSedora is designed for plug'n'play compatibility with other UPnP/DLNA rendering devices

Try iSedora in action!

Try out iSedora Server free to know whether it can fit your needs — download and install fully functional iSedora demo. Demo version will stop streaming media after 60 minutes of work, but you may run it unlimited number of times. Read more in FAQ: Can I test all the functions of iSedora before licensing?

To cut off the trial time limit you should license your copy of iSedora.

Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, both 32 and 64-bit editions.
Compatible with Mac OSX Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion (64-bit)