Yes, there is: the built in media server, you can configure which directories to use. This has been implemented in the lastest released version of DSM 3.2.
Control Panel - Media Indexing Services - 3rd tab called 'indexed' folder. And here you can add your own created / shared folder. Hope this helps !
myCloud wrote:Audio Station is NOT limited to the /volume1/audio folder. Our music is in:
which is an added Indexed Folder in Media Indexing Service in the Control Panel (without the volume1 on the front). Works fine with Audio Station in a web browser as well as the DS audio app on an iPad and an iPod Touch. ("shared" is a shared folder I created at the same level as audio, photo, and video).
myCloud wrote:Download 4.0, but immediately before you install it, slowly stop all packages in Package Center, go disable DDNS, Web Services, mail server, etc and if you're using Macs with Time Machine, make sure none are scheduled to back up within the next half hour or so. You may even want to turn off Time Machine on the Macs. Then reboot the DiskStation and give it about five minutes before you start the upgrade. At least 10 minutes after the upgrade, slowly re-enable what you disabled and "run" the packages again.
Some may say this is overkill, but I've been doing this for upgrades ever since I first ran an OS on a hard disk, some 25 years ago. It's belt and suspenders towards helping ensure no processes are running or files open that may interfere with the upgrade. Given the number of problems after updates I see here, I highly recommend it.
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