I am looking for media server software that is (preferably) open source, able to stream video to almost every device via HTTP(S) and is compatible with Raspberry Pi. I can use Apache2 or NGINX.
I do not want a media server where I stream content from other computers outside of my network such as Plex. I want to have my own local content accessible from other devices. The program MUST stream the content using the HTTP or HTTPS protocol. No NAS, NFS, or DLNA. I do not want live data streams.
I am using NFS right now, but my phone does not support NFS and I would like a GUI that is not a file explorer.
I have looked a lot for this and I have a list of ones that do not fit this need at all (either because they promote piracy or they are not good options for my situation):
- Plex (piracy)
- Emby (piracy)
- MistServer (not media server)
- Streamhash (piracy)
- OBS (not media server streaming)
- openflixr (piracy)
- Opencast (nas not media server)
- XBMC/Kodi (piracy)
- mplayer (no gui)
- minidlna (does not support http(s) streaming)
- freeNAS (404)
- openmediavault (nas not media server)
- bakamplayer (404)