I am using miniDLNA zero issues, easy to setup and works with my Samsung BDC6500 wirelessly. running on a headless Maverick server, with the miniDLNA plugin for webmin.
miniDLNA : http://sourceforge.net/projects/minidlna/
miniDLNA Webmin : http://minidlnawebmin.sourceforge.net/
my file looks like this:
I tried others and found that this one has been the simplest, consistent, straight forward DLNA.
# port for HTTP (descriptions, SOAP, media transfer) traffic
# network interface to bind to (this is the only interface that will serve files)
# set this to the directory you want scanned.
# * if have multiple directories, you can have multiple media_dir= lines
# * if you want to restrict a media_dir to a specific content type, you
# can prepend the type, followed by a comma, to the directory:
# + "A" for audio (eg. media_dir=A,/home/jmaggard/Music)
# + "V" for video (eg. media_dir=V,/home/jmaggard/Videos)
# + "P" for images (eg. media_dir=P,/home/jmaggard/Pictures)
# set this if you want to customize the name that shows up on your clients
# set this if you would like to specify the directory where you want MiniDLNA to store its database and album art cache
# this should be a list of file names to check for when searching for album art
# note: names should be delimited with a forward slash ("/")
# set this to no to disable inotify monitoring to automatically discover new files
# note: the default is yes
# set this to yes to enable support for streaming .jpg and .mp3 files to a TiVo supporting HMO
# set this to strictly adhere to DLNA standards.
# This will allow server-side downscaling of very large JPEG images which may hurt JPEG serving performance on (at least) Sony DLNA products.
# default presentation url is http address on port 80
# notify interval in seconds. default is 895 seconds.
# serial and model number the daemon will report to clients
# in its XML description
Mediatomb was inconsistant, and well the samsung setup simply sucked! miniDLNA updates newly added files automatically without interruption.