- Nov 12, 2012
Hi. I am baffled. I am trying to stream movies from my home networked media pc (dell studio hybrid with external media hard drive) to my tablet (ASUS TF101) through my home network via wifi. If I try this through my laptop using Windows Media Player, it works just fine. It streams and decodes great. The problem I am having is that of all the video programs I have tried (mobo, mx player, etc.) none of them seem to be able to open up my home network to access my media pc. I did find one program that could access the network (File Manager HD) , but it wants to download the entire movie to the tablet and then play it. The "My Net" application that come with the tablet seems to find the files, but it will not play them. Are there any codec packs that I can download that will allow the "My Net" program to play .vob files. I guess I could convert all my .vob files over to another type if I had to. I am trying to set this up so my kids can go and pick a movie off our home media server and watch it - similar to what they can already do through Windows Media Player (using the Media Browser add on). Any suggestions?