Originally Posted by FantaXP7
I have mb server port forwarded and it is really cool how I can view a full bluray at work. ..on a web browser.
Speaking of this, keep in mind that you will want to put the server software on a PC with a decent processor if you plan to use the web client at all. The transcoding takes a fair amount of processing power. Originally I had it installed on my Windows Storage Server which had 2 vCPUs and I could only run at "medium" quality settings. I moved it to my desktop PC which has an FX-8120 processor, and now I can watch at "ultra" quality. Transcoding a blu ray will consume about 40-50% of that cpu. I would say a quad core is minimum if the web client is to be used. The CPU requirements are the same as before for any client that does the video processing locally.
Also keep in mind that for Windows 7 machines you can put the server and client on the same machine. Apparently this will not work with Windows 8 last I heard due to the way MS implemented the local loopback, but they are looking into it.