So VLC (via DLNA) does not see LG TV webOS as renderer option.
Even Windows 7 (via Explorer / Windows Media Player) sees it.
What's special about LG TV webOS DLNA implementation that VLC does not see it?
PS: Some other related posts on this.
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VLC on LG C8.
Streaming from Windows VLC to LG webOS TV?
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I'm a big fan of LG products but disappointed to see that current issues like losing wi-fi not fixed . Video, sound quality excellent but lost wi-fi and after recurring to people with same issues found a way to do it on my own , a simple cable correction . Also LG store for apps very limited , not HBO max , no U verse for At&t customers must be updated. Thanks.
By Fred AUSTRIA
I buy a new LG 55 C7V and it is a smart TV, but ther is no way to connect to my Synology NAS.
I want connect to my recorder films on my NAS, but i can not see any App to represent a solution.
Is ther any way to connect to my NAS with the LG C7 with the new WEBOS 3.5?
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