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       Stream pictures on the fly
    post Aug 12 2011, 03:28 AM
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    Hello fellows,

    I have a question for you (IMG:style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif)

    I would like to stream pictures to a TV via my WD TV Live... I chose the option to put a USB stick on it and I can access that USB stick via my LAN and therefore I can put pictures without any problem.

    So far, it streams fine !

    Problem is when I want to add or delete pictures on the fly... it won't let me... it provoques an error and I need to manually refresh everything before it takes the modification....

    Which is not what I want as the ideal situation would pick up the changes I made and automatically stream the new content !

    I found 1 way to bypass the issue by placing Picture1, Pitcure2, etc... and ask the users in my LAN to rename what they want to stream with the exact same name and overwrite the files on my USB stick.
    That works fine but if I want to add another picture or delete of of them... it fails (IMG:style_emoticons/default/unsure.gif)

    Any idea how I could use my box with a "on the fly" capability ??

    Many thanks for your help people, have a nice day !
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