Hi. thanks for your reply.
However... as mentioned, I really need a Mac user who has actually done it, or at least one of your coding guys and or testing engineers who has tried this out on a mac.
On a Mac, there is no "C:" drive. You have hard disks with names, and you have users. Programs are set up as "Apps" and various bits of those programs are stored in "Libraries".
It is not the same as a PC at all.
There is no subdirectory called cgi-bin.
Mac stores its applications as "APPS" and I can see TwonkyMediaServer.app
I can also find a directory called Twonkmedia, which is where the photos music and videos are stored.
But - there is no cgi-bin subdirectory
There is no file called ffmpeg.location and no text file I can see that has anything to do with FFMPEG location in it.
Other files get stored in Libraries, and there are two libraries on a Mac. Neither of them has a cgi-bin subdirectory. One has the Twonkymedia under "Application Support", and in this subdirectory there IS a twonkymedia-server.ini file.
However, there is no line within that file for anything called ffmpeg or anything like it.
I would imagine that one of the coders who has written the code for the MAC would know the location of the files.
So, I really need to know
a) what is the name of the Twonky file that needs to be edited
b) the location of that file on a Mac
c) what is the line that needs to be either added or edited
d) what is the actual name of the ffmpeg file that should be pointed to
e) where does that ffmpeg file normally reside?