DS video

DS video


*You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and be running DSM 5.0 Beta and Video Station 1.3 on your Synology NAS to get all features listed below*
Use DS video to stream your video collection on your DiskStation to your Android device. Browsing is made easy as your videos are sorted in different libraries, and each movies has its information retrieved online automatically. And if you have plugged in a DTV dongle to your DiskStation, you will also be able to record TV programs, as well as view the TV program to manage the recording schedule even when on the move.

With DS video you can:
-Browse and play your video contents stored on your DiskStation
-Add videos and movies to your collections (“Favourites, “Watchlist” or user-defined)
-Record TV programs if you have at least one DTV dongle plugged into your DiskStation
-View the Electronic Program Guide, as well as add or remove programs to the Recording Schedule
-Supports Live streaming of DTV channels (up to SD quality)
-Stream videos to AirPlay and DLNA TV
-Select available subtitles (.srt files, embedded on mkv files) and embedded audio tracks
-Supports encrypted login over HTTP without SSL
-Supports HTTPS connection (when playing videos, this is dependent on the device and player used)
-All feature available with DSM 5.0 Beta, Video Station 1.3 and onwards
-Supported on devices running Android 2.3 and onwards

* The features and performances listed above are given with MX Player installed on the device. Please note that if you choose not to install MX Player and use another player, full support may not be achieved.

What’s new
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Notifications no longer lower the volume when using the remote player
. Fixed an issue where downloaded videos with non-roman characters in the filename wouldn't play
. Unicode domain names (also known a s IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes


Known limitations and issues:
-No display of subtitles when streaming to a DLNA TV

Recent changes:
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Notifications no longer lower the volume when using the remote player
. Fixed an issue where downloaded videos with non-roman characters in the filename wouldn't play
. Unicode domain names (also known a s IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes
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About DS video
*You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and be running DSM 5.0 Beta and Video Station 1.3 on your Synology NAS to get all features listed below*
Use DS video to stream your video collection on your DiskStation to your Android device. Browsing is made easy as your videos are sorted in different libraries, and each movies has its information retrieved online automatically. And if you have plugged in a DTV dongle to your DiskStation, you will also be able to record TV programs, as well as view the TV program to manage the recording schedule even when on the move.

With DS video you can:
-Browse and play your video contents stored on your DiskStation
-Add videos and movies to your collections (“Favourites, “Watchlist” or user-defined)
-Record TV programs if you have at least one DTV dongle plugged into your DiskStation
-View the Electronic Program Guide, as well as add or remove programs to the Recording Schedule
-Supports Live streaming of DTV channels (up to SD quality)
-Stream videos to AirPlay and DLNA TV
-Select available subtitles (.srt files, embedded on mkv files) and embedded audio tracks
-Supports encrypted login over HTTP without SSL
-Supports HTTPS connection (when playing videos, this is dependent on the device and player used)
-All feature available with DSM 5.0 Beta, Video Station 1.3 and onwards
-Supported on devices running Android 2.3 and onwards

* The features and performances listed above are given with MX Player installed on the device. Please note that if you choose not to install MX Player and use another player, full support may not be achieved.

What’s new
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Notifications no longer lower the volume when using the remote player
. Fixed an issue where downloaded videos with non-roman characters in the filename wouldn't play
. Unicode domain names (also known a s IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes


Known limitations and issues:
-No display of subtitles when streaming to a DLNA TV

Recent changes:
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Notifications no longer lower the volume when using the remote player
. Fixed an issue where downloaded videos with non-roman characters in the filename wouldn't play
. Unicode domain names (also known a s IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes

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A Google User
4 days ago
Hahs Lol
A Google User
5 days ago
Sex. Kkkkk
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
Unable to skip video
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
Great app, but would like a queue feature This is an excellent app which I have built much of my home entertainment round using the Google Chromecast. The combination of the two is fantastic. I would however love to be able to queue videos. I have several short videos (2-3mins) that I would like to play one after another for my children but I cannot find a way of doing so. I have tried compiling collections but I can't work out how to play a collection. This feature may already exist but if it does its not obvious how to do it. If it is missing, it would be a welcome feature.
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
DS112j This app is really good. I've tried Plex however just can't get on with it. All I could ask for is a few extra features like trailers as well as the ability to edit your library directly through the app.