Serviio - free DLNA media server for Windows, Mac and Linux

Media Streaming Server


The latest release

The latest released version is 1.6.1 Pro. Download it here and give it a try. You will get a 15 day evaluation of the Pro edition, after which Serviio automatically reverts to the Free edition.

Release notes are here: Release Notes - 1.6.1.

Windows serviio-1.6.1-win-setup.exe [mirror] 126,819,312 bytes, MD5: cac393677077a549f4149239eba12cf2
Mac serviio-1.6.1-osx.tar.gz [mirror] 123,199,415 bytes, MD5: 93bf7e50f6373c1c65a705b57f246bdc
Linux serviio-1.6.1-linux.tar.gz [mirror] 23,859,887 bytes, MD5: 81948e4004c271a4d1179067eae99a60
QNAP Serviio 1.6.1 for QNAP is available in your NAS App Center
Synology Serviio 1.6.1 package for Synology NAS

Are you upgrading and wish to keep your media library? Check out how to do it.

By downloading this software you agree to the terms of the End User Licence Agreement. For commercial licence details look at the Contact page.

This release includes FFmpeg (post) 2.4 compiled using this source code, libRTMP 2.4+ compiled using this source code, Lame MP3 Encoder (v. 3.99.5) compiled using this source code. Refer to README.txt for the complete list.

Minimal requirements

  • 512 MB of memory or more
  • 150 MB of disk space (plus additional space for storing the media library), when using transcoding make sure there is at least 1GB free (depending on the original file size)
  • if on Linux, Java 8 must be installed. Windows and OSX come with Java runtime aready included in the installation.

Additional information

  • Linux users need to install the FFmpeg package (incl. libRTMP, libASS, libx264 and libmp3lame) for their OS distributions or, ideally, compile FFmpeg using the source files provided above
  • Linux users need to install the dcraw package if they need RAW image support
  • Only 64-bit OSX machines are supported, with OSX 10.8 minimum


If you have problems with the latest release, have a look at Getting started guide or let us know in the Support forum.


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