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\nRygel is an avant-garde UPnP AV MediaServer that enables easy sharing of multimedia files such as audios, videos, and images. The server acts as an interconnection hub for all your media content making it accessible from anywhere on your network. With a user-friendly interface and robust architecture, Rygel is designed to cater to all your media sharing needs.

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One of the key features of Rygel is its ability to bridge the gap between different devices in your network. It allows seamless sharing and streaming of media files from one device to all others connected on the same network. This means you can enjoy your favorite music or movies stored on one device from any other without having to physically transfer the files.

In addition, Rygel supports a wide range of media formats providing high flexibility in terms of file compatibility. This broad range format support eliminates the need for file conversions before sharing or streaming. Furthermore, it also provides a transcoding feature that automatically changes the format if needed by certain playback devices.

Lastly, its strong and reliable architecture ensures constant uptime and smooth streaming without any lags or disruptions making it an ideal solution for home networks or small businesses.

With no link to a GitHub repository in our database, it is hard to estimate the project viability. Here is a link to another repository: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/rygel/