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rygel.conf - Rygel configuration file
rygel reads its configuration values from the file
$XDG_CONFIG_DIR/rygel.conf or - if that file does not exist - from the
Most of the options may be overriden by commandline arguments or
envronment variables. See rygel(1) for details on those.
Lists in the configuration files are separated by a semicolon (;).
Boolean values may be either true or false.
Set the network-interface rygel listens on.
Set the listen-port.
Set to true to enable transcoding in general.
Set to true to enable transcoding to MP3.
Set to true to enable transcoding to MPEG2 in TS container.
Set to true to enable transcoding to Linear PCM.
Set to true to enable transcoding to WMV.
Set the log level. 1=critical, 2=error, 3=warning, 4=message/info,
Set the plugin search path
Plugin-specific sections are denoted with [PluginName] and can contain
plugin-specific options as well as common options:
Title of the device implemented by this plugin. There are some
variables which will be replaced by rygel. @REALNAME@ will be
subsituted by the user's real name, @USERNAME@ by the user's login
id and @HOSTNAME@ by the name of the machine rygelruns on.
You can individually enable or disable plugins by setting this to
true or false.
The tracker plugin uses the centralized database of meta information
from the tracker project. See http://www.tracker-project.org for more
information about tracker.
Enable or disable sharing of all pictures in the Tracker database.
Enable or disable sharing of all videos in the Tracker database.
Enable or disable sharing of all music in the Tracker database.
MediaExport is an alternative to the Tracker-backed media export.
MediaExport extracts meta-data by itself and stores it in the SQLite
database in $XDG_CACHE_DIR/rygel/media-export.db on UNIX platforms.
There are several options supported by this plugin:
A list of uris to expose via UPnP. May be files, folders or
anything supported by gvfs.
A list of filename extensions. If this option is omitted or empty,
every file will be analyzed for meta-data. The extensions are
Set to false if you do not care about duration or any other
meta-data like artist. This speeds up the initial crawl of the
media a lot. Use it to quickly share some files via UPnP. Make sure
to define an include-filter, otherwise you will end up with a lot
of files exposed which the client cannot display anyway.
The Playbin plugin implements a media renderer (Digtal Media Renderer,
DMR in DLNA terms). This plugin was known as GstRenderer. It has no
The ZDF Mediathek http://www.zdf.de/ZDFmediathek is an online archive
of broadcasts from the second german television. This plugin can be
used to subscribes to the RSS feeds of this service and expose the
broadcasts via UPnP.
A list of broadcast ids. How to get the broadcast ids from the web
site is described in the file README.Mediathek (in german only).
The GstLaunch plugin allows to expose GStreamer pipelines using the
same syntax as the gst-launch utilty. You can configure several items
in this plugins.
A list of of identifiers for the pipelines to be exposed.
Title of the device represented by this pipeline. Identifier is the
identifier as set in launch-items
Mime-type of the pipeline.
Definition of the pipeline in gst-launch syntax. For examples on
the syntax see gst-launch(1).
An example configuration is available in the distributed configuration
The External plugin is an consumer of the MediaServer2 DBus interface
specification as defined at
http://live.gnome.org/Rygel/MediaServer2Spec. This allows external
programs to share their data via UPnP by implementing this DBus
specification. The plugin picks up any implementation of this interface
on the session bus and exposes the presented media via UPnP. Known
implementors of this spec are gnome-dvb-daemon
(http://live.gnome.org/DVBDaemon) and Grilo
(http://live.gnome.org/Grilo) via the grilo-rygel project.
This plugin has no additional options.
rygel(1), README.Mediathek, gst-launch1()
Jens Georg <email@example.com>
Wrote this manpage.