DLNA is a way for multimedia devices to communicate with each other on a local network.

DLNA-compliant devices are able to stream local video and audio over your network. DivX Player includes a feature that lets you cast media wirelessly from your computer to DLNA-compatible devices on your home network (e.g., Xbox, Smart TV, Playstation). DLNA-compatible means that a device uses UPnP, a protocol that allows your networked devices to find and seamlessly share video. Instead of burning a disc or copying to USB, you can enjoy your video collection beyond your computer by streaming it to any DLNA-compatible device in your home.