10-02-2008, 09:34 AM #1
Connecting to Vista Media Center with MacBook
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- Oct 01, 2008
I just bought a new MacBook Pro, I am a new MAC user. So far I am digging it, its a bit of a learning curve but since I have linux/unix experience I guess I enjoy the ride.
I have a window VISTA machine as a media server. I created it when I got my PS3. So my PS3, or any windows machine on my network, has no problems connecting to the media server. Is there anyway I can get iTunes to connect to my Vista Media Center? If not (not sure if Itunes is DLNA compliant) is there a media player for the MAC that I can use?
BTW, I tried setting the library folder for ITunes to look at the shared Music folder on my Vista machine. Since I have over 23,000 songs in the library its a bit slow this way.
Thanks for your help.
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