I have been doing lots of playing around with DVBLink recently, using it on a Raspberry Pi and an Xbox One, today DVBLogic have released the DVBLink product suite for Synology NAS devices running on the Marvell Armada XP platform. That includes recent DS214, DS414 and DS214+ models and enables you to turn your NAS box into a network TV server. Then you can use one of the mobile apps, the browser, XBMC or Windows Media Center to watch live or recorded TV.
There is a free trial available from DVBLogic.com
DVBLink product suite for Synology NAS turns your Synology NAS into a personal video recorder. With the support for satellite (DVB-S/S2), Cable (DVB-C and QAM) and terrestrial (DVB-T/T2 and ATSC) reception DVBLink TV Server will record your favorite TV programs in original quality directly to a hard disk of your Synology NAS and distribute live and recorded TV throughout your house.
DVBLink TV Server makes sure that you never miss your favorite programs again – browse the EPG and manage timer recordings while you are on the go using free DVBLink apps for iOS, Android and WinPhone mobile devices.
Functionality at a glance
Record your favorite TV programs in original quality directly to a NAS hard disk
Access live and recorded TV content in your home network on hardware and software DLNA clients (DLNA-enabled TVs, PlayStation3, WD Live TV etc.)
Watch live and recorded TV using DVBLink XBMC addon for XBMC running on Windows, Linux or Mac platforms
Watch live and recorded TV programs on your Boxee Box using DVBLink Boxee client
Watch live and recorded TV on your iPad or iPhone using a compatible DLNA client
Stream live and recorded TV to PCs, running Windows MediaCenter
Get the most complete program information for your TV channels – program information from the TV stream, xmltv feed or a premium EPG services of Digiguide, EpgData.com, IceTV, PercData or TimeFor.TV
Supported ARM (Marvell Armada XP) Synology NAS models:
DS214, DS214+, DS414.
*DSM 4.3 or later is required