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       pulseaudio-dlna - Stream audio to DLNA devices and Chromecasts


       pulseaudio-dlna  pulseaudio-dlna  [--host  <host>]  [--port <port>][--encoder <encoders> |
       --codec <codec>] [--bit-rate=<rate>]
              [--encoder-backend       <encoder-backend>]       [--filter-device=<filter-device>]
              [--renderer-urls           <urls>]           [--request-timeout          <timeout>]
              [--msearch-port=<msearch-port>]  [--ssdp-mx  <ssdp-mx>]   [--ssdp-ttl   <ssdp-ttl>]
              [--ssdp-amount  <ssdp-amount>]  [--cover-mode  <mode>] [--auto-reconnect] [--debug]
              [--fake-http10-content-length] [--fake-http-content-length]  [--disable-switchback]
              [--disable-ssdp-listener] [--disable-device-stop] [--disable-workarounds]

       pulseaudio-dlna [--host <host>] [--create-device-config] [--update-device-config]
              [--msearch-port=<msearch-port>]   [--ssdp-mx   <ssdp-mx>]  [--ssdp-ttl  <ssdp-ttl>]
              [--ssdp-amount <ssdp-amount>]

              pulseaudio-dlna [-h | --help | --version]


              Discovers all devices in your network and write a config for them.  That config can
              be editied manually to adjust various settings.  You can set:

       - Device name
              -  Codec  order  (The  first one is used if the encoder binary is available on your
              system) - Various codec settings such as the mime type, specific rules or

       the bit rate (depends on the codec)
              A written config is loaded by default if the --encoder and --bit-rate  options  are
              not used.

              Same  as  --create-device-config  but  preserves  your  existing  config from being

              Set the server ip.

       -p --port=<port>
              Set the server port [default: 8080].

       -e --encoder=<encoders>
              Deprecated alias for --codec

       -c --codec=<codecs>
              Set the audio codec.  Possible codecs are:

       - mp3  MPEG Audio Layer III (MP3)

       - ogg  Ogg Vorbis (OGG)

       - flac Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)

       - wav  Waveform Audio File Format (WAV)

       - opus Opus Interactive Audio Codec (OPUS)

       - aac  Advanced Audio Coding (AAC)

       - l16  Linear PCM (L16)

              Set the backend for all encoders.  Possible backends are:

       - generic (default)
              - ffmpeg - avconv

       -b --bit-rate=<rate>
              Set the audio encoder's bitrate.

              Set a name filter for devices which should be added.  Devices which get discovered,
              but won't match the filter text will be skipped.

              Set the renderer urls yourself. no discovery will commence.

              Set the timeout for requests in seconds [default: 15].

              Set the SSDP socket's TTL [default: 10].

              Set the MX value of the SSDP discovery message [default: 3].

              Set the amount of SSDP discovery messages being sent [default: 5].

              Set the source port of the MSEARCH socket [default: random].

              Set the cover mode [default: default].  Possible modes are:

       - disabled
              No icon is shown

       - default
              The application icon is shown

       - distribution
              The icon of your distribution is shown

       - application
              The audio application's icon is shown

              enables detailed debug messages.

              If set, the application tries to reconnect devices in case the stream collapsed

              If set, the content-length of HTTP requests will be set to 100 GB.

              If set, streams won't switched back to the default sink if a device disconnects.

              If  set,  the  application  won't bind to the port 1900 and therefore the automatic
              discovery of new devices won't work.

              If set, the application won't send any stop commands to renderers at all

              If set, the application won't apply any device workarounds

       -v --version
              Show the version.

       -h --help
              Show the help.


              - pulseaudio-dlna

              will start pulseaudio-dlna on port 8080 and stream your PulseAudio streams  encoded
              with mp3.

              - pulseaudio-dlna --encoder ogg

              will  start pulseaudio-dlna on port 8080 and stream your PulseAudio streams encoded
              with Ogg Vorbis.

              - pulseaudio-dlna --port 10291 --encoder flac

              will start pulseaudio-dlna on port 10291 and stream your PulseAudio streams encoded
              with FLAC.

              - pulseaudio-dlna --filter-device 'Nexus 5,TV'

              will just use devices named Nexus 5 or TV even when more devices got discovered.

              - pulseaudio-dlna --renderer-urls

              won't discover upnp devices by itself. Instead it will search for upnp renderers at
              the specified locations. You can specify multiple locations via urls  separated  by
              comma (,). Most users won't ever need this option, but since UDP multicast packages
              won't work (most times) over VPN connections this is very useful if you  ever  plan
              to stream to a UPNP device over VPN.


       The full documentation for pulseaudio-dlna is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info
       and pulseaudio-dlna programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info pulseaudio-dlna

       should give you access to the complete manual.