Roku Server Protocol
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The Roku Server Protocol (RSP) is a streaming media protocol originally implemented for the Roku SoundBridge media system. It was developed by Roku, Inc. and licensed by Pinnacle in their Roku multimedia platforms. It is used by compatible client and server platforms to play digital music, video, and photos on a home LAN.
- Firefly Media Server
- Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA)
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