Thanks for all the great threads on here and to all the contributors.
I have recently purchased a WD My Book Live and have it connected to my home network. One of the features I was very keen on using this device for, was streaming content from the NAS drive to Samsung UE46D7000 TV and have recently had quite a few problems with the TV stating that "Not supported file format".
Most of my content is in *.mp4 format and if I stream it via iTunes -> Apple TV -> Samsung TV - all works.
After some research, I've found posts stating that the Samsung TV expects to have something about "contentFeatures.dlna.org" within the header of the media file being streamed over DNLA in order for it to process it.
So in my research, I've come across this forum which discusses upgrading the Twonky on the device to the latest version 7.x which requires a license key. I am happy to do that, but want to know before I do it, does the v7.x of Twonky provide the ability to add that "contentFeatures.dlna.org" thing to the header of the file during the streaming process?