- Twonky For Mac Os X 10.10
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Twonky For Mac Os X 10.7
- Sep 11, 2009
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Twonky For Mac Os X 10.8
Twonky Media Server Mac Os X
I'm looking for a way to network my Sony Bravia TV with my Mac (OS X 10.6.8) so that I can play videos directly to my TV without having to go through the bother of first saving the video to a thumb drive and then plugging the thumb drive into a player connected to the TV.
i've heard that something called Twonky will do just that. I've downloaded it onto my Mac and also the Twonky Beam for Mac, but I have no idea what to do next - like how to upload my videos to Twonky for it to beam it to my Mac, or how to get twonky to show up on my Sony Bravia.
Can anyone help me please? Online videos have not been very helpful.