WMP 10 and AirPort Express for Mac

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by oatmeal769, May 21, 2005.

  1. oatmeal769

    oatmeal769 Guest

    I have a friend who uses a mac with ITunes and AirPort Express to play his
    media files wirelessly over home stereo... Pretty cool.
    Two Questions:
    Can WMP be set up to play over this network, or must I use ITunes?
    Where can I read more about setting up my own home network to play music
    over a wireless connection (non Mac)?
     
    oatmeal769, May 21, 2005
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  2. oatmeal769

    Ted Zieglar Guest

    1. That's Apple's proprietary hardware.
    2. The internet.

    Ted Zieglar
     
    Ted Zieglar, May 21, 2005
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  3. oatmeal769

    oatmeal769 Guest

    Wow, Ted, that's some pretty involved info there, never could have figured
    those two items myself. Whew, you're amazing. What is 'The Internet' anyway?
    You're the 'answers guy' at work aren't you?
     
    oatmeal769, May 21, 2005
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  4. oatmeal769

    Ted Zieglar Guest

    Sweetheart, Mommy and Daddy can't do everything for you. Sooner or later,
    you have to learn how to do things on your own, like searching the internet.

    Ted Zieglar
     
    Ted Zieglar, May 21, 2005
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  5. oatmeal769

    Chris Guest

    1. Google "Windows Media Connect"
    2. AirPort Express is just an 802.11g AP, IIRC. Windows Media Connect also
    covers that, all you need is a wireless or wired network in your home, a
    Windows Media Connect device, and WMC running on your PC.
     
    Chris, May 21, 2005
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  6. oatmeal769

    oatmeal769 Guest

    Thanks much Chris, I downloaded WMC, will try it out. Glad to know someone
    actually knows the answer, rather than being full of B.S. (and themselves)
    LOL

     
    oatmeal769, May 22, 2005
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