Vuze BitTorrent Client Adds DLNA Support For Easy Streaming

Windows/Mac: The newest update for BitTorrent client Vuze adds support for the network standard DLNA, which extends its compatibility across most major Connected TV setups.

The update makes it easier to stream content to Connected TVs from all the major manufacturers, as well as most consoles and set-top boxes. Vuze already does a stellar job of transcoding downloads for iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, PS3 and Xbox 360, and this new version expands that even further. Like before, all you need to do is drag and drop the file to the device you want and it will start streaming.

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