Seriously?! This isn't a cruel joke, is it?
If you're adding .ISO support, I'll personally pay a bounty upon it's completion. What a great and in-demand feature for a media server.
Just one question. If supporting .ISO, can you simply expose the package by offering what appears to be a folder with the actual files contained within it (in other words, imagine "serving" a .ZIP file, where the clients see the actual files contained within the .ZIP, and the .ZIP as a folder). Or would you have to transcode?
The reason I ask, is that it seems like a lot of overhead to transcode, when the stream is already in MPEG2 format. If transcoding was not required, but merely exposing the contents of the .ISO, then multiple people could watch videos, concurrently, from the same media server.
Thank you TVersity for a great feature-in-the-works!