dlnacasts

Query your local network for DLNA enabled renderers and have them play media

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dlnacasts
Query your local network for DLNA media renderers and have them play media
API (and code) based on mafintosh/chromecasts for DLNA
npm install dlnacasts

Usage

var dlnacasts = require('dlnacasts')()

dlnacasts.on('update', function (player) {
  console.log('all players: ', dlnacasts.players)
  player.play('http://example.com/my-video.mp4', {title: 'my video', type: 'video/mp4'})
})

API

var list = dlnacasts()

Creates a dlna list. When creating a new list it will call list.update() once.

list.update()

Updates the player list by querying the local network for DLNA renderer instances.

list.on('update', player)

Emitted when a new player is found on the local network

player.play(url, [opts], cb)

Make the player play a url. Options include:
{
  title: 'My movie',
  type: 'video/mp4',
  seek: seconds, // start by seeking to this offset
  subtitles: ['http://example.com/sub.vtt'], // subtitle track 1,
  autoSubtitles: true // enable first track if you provide subs
}

player.subtitles(track, [cb])

Enable subtitle track. Use player.subtitles(false) to disable subtitles

player.pause([cb])

Make the player pause playback

player.resume([cb])

Resume playback

player.stop([cb])

Stop the playback

player.seek(seconds, [cb])

Seek the video

player.status(cb)

Get a status object of the current played video.

player.on('status', status)

Emitted when a status object is received.

License

MIT