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I have a significant media library (video, audio, photos, etc...). It's all sitting on a 2TB external drive connected to a MacMini. The MacMini shares the media to devices within my house via a DLNA server solution (PS3 Media Server). It works great.

Now that I've gotten a really fast internet connection (5MB up), I'd like to be able to listen to my music when I am at work, for instance. Or perhaps to my iPhone/Android when I am on the go.

Any suggestions?

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For music, check out Audiogalaxy.

Audiogalaxy's new cloud music player puts all your music and playlists at your fingertips from any computer, iOS or Android device. No syncing, no copying...

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I've gotten a lot of use out of AirVideo Server/Player for videos. It doesn't allow you to stream to a computer, but the iOS clients are great. It also has the added benefit of live conversion, so your video files don't necessarily have to be in a format at iTunes can play.

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