I have the above combination working, and it allows me to dynamically stream and transcode pretty much any format of video I already have stored on my NAS (which came with a bittorent client so I have many differing formats I have pulled down) to something the PDN can play pretty well. I suspect that some of the minor issues/glitches I have seen are related to the old version of the PSA Android player which I am using. It is still available on the PSA Software (parent company) Web site, BTW. Poking around, I found at PSA Mobile - Stream media player, part of the company's mobile division site, that Version 2.2 of the player is now available as a free app on the Market, but I have yet to install any of the hacks that enable Market so I can't verify this for myself, nor have I found this recent version elsewhere. I've heard so many folks here complain about issues related to Market, I guess I'm reluctant to mess up my current PDN set-up since it is working so well.So anyway, I have a few questions and a request:Questions/request:[list type=decimal][*]Is anyone else trying / succeeding in streaming their own videos to the PDN, and if so, what combination of SW are you using to enable this?[*]For Anyone using VLC, does anyone know of a way to 'on demand' start its playing of a stream from another system (like, say, the PDN)?[*]Also for VLP experts, I would like to set things up so I don't need to specify the exact IP address of the client that will be viewing the stream. The only way I have made things work is to specify in VLC the PDN's IP and a port as the destination for the stream, but I was under the impression you could just sort of broadcast via RTSP and clients could tune in. Not an expert here, obviously.[*]Currently, my setup requires me to start VLC's streaming on my Windows machine, and then switch to the PDN to start viewing it. This precludes me from randomly browsing the available NAS files from the PDN - although I can do that from File Expert since it has SMB support baked in. It would seem that the best setup would be to browse my NAS from the PDN and then kick off VLC on some machine in my network to transcode and stream the selected file. Anyone have any ideas of how this might be done, or alternate ideas for offloading the transcoding and streaming to another machine dynamically?[*]The request part of this is that if anyone else has the PSA player (V2.2) from the Market, can you comment as to its capabilities and - if possible - can you put the .apk for it up somewhere or let me know via PM or here how I can get it? Thanks.[/LIST]BTW, if anyone is interested in how the streaming needs to be set up on VLC so that you can view the output on the PDN, I'd be glad to provide a brief write-up. Just let me know. Wasn't sure if others were already doing this as a matter of course and a detailed explanation would be a waste of time and forum space.