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Share your videos & photos on your TV

MyMedia from PlayOn lets you stream all of your favorite photos, videos, movies, and music that are stored locally on your computer, straight from your PC to your TV. The best part is that it's yours to keep for free. MyMedia works with a variety of devices including set-top boxes like Roku, Google TV, and popular game consoles like Xbox 360, Wii, and WiiU to send your local media files directly to your TV.

Now you can watch your home videos, movies, or host a slide show night to share all of your favorite captured moments with your family and friends on your giant flatscreen TV, without hunching over your computer.

» Take a look at the full list of My Media features.

Setting up MyMedia is Easy

To use My Media, just open My Media Settings (Start > All Programs > MyMedia > MyMedia Settings) on your PC. Click on the MyMedia tab, click on Add and browse to the folder where your media files are stored locally on your PC to share it. Restart MyMedia and navigate to the MyMedia server from your device, select it, and you should see a list of your shared media files. That's all there is to it!

If you have any other questions or issues, just email our support team at

The MyMedia Channel for Roku

You can find and install the MyMedia channel in the Roku Channel Store. It's free to download and install. Once you have the MyMedia channel installed on your Roku you need to use the button above to download and install the MyMedia software on your PC.

Once the MyMedia media server is installed and running on your PC, just follow these instructions:

  • Go to the MyMedia tab, click on Add and browse to the folder(s) where your media files are stored locally on your PC.
  • Add as many folders as you'd like.
  • Restart MyMedia on your PC.
  • Then, on your Roku, navigate to the MyMedia channel, select it — you should see a list of your shared media files.
That's all there is to it!

My Media Technical Features

Check it out! My Media has made the following technical enhancements since coming out of beta:

  • Ability to include iTunes music playlists (check the Show iTunes playlists box in My Media Options)
  • Share media files on your USB devices
  • Better support for sharing media on network shares (NAS, etc.)
  • Include embedded or external subtitles in transcoded output (check the Include subtitles box under Subtitles in My Media Options)
  • Improved fast forwarding functionality for transcoded content
  • Better hierarchy and structure of media file folders and categories
  • Ability to specify file extensions that should be served directly to devices, without transcoding
  • Generate dynamic cover art for all media, if possible to acquire from online sources
  • Improved efficiency of metadata extraction from media files
  • Checking parental control metadata
  • Samsung TVs: show thumbnail images as well as the ability to directly serve .srt subtitle files

Minimum Requirements for the PlayOn Media Server

  • Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or later) or Windows Server 2003/Windows Home Server (Service Pack 1 or later). 64-bit versions of Windows are also supported.
  • Windows Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
  • A home network