Saturday, August 11, 2012

How can I limit what my kids see on a DLNA device in their room?

KooRaRoo Media lets you collect and organize all your files from all the sources on your home network - connected PCs and NAS drives. This means that your media collection may contain material not suitable for younger children in your household. What do you do?

It's simple - use the powerful, yet easy-to-use parental controls in KooRaRoo!

How do they work? Very simple :) You can set an MPAA-based parental rating (G, PG, PG-13, R, NC-17) for any file or folder in KooRaRoo Media. After that go to Devices pane, edit the device that your kids use to watch cartoons and movies or listen to music and in device properties set the maximum parental rating that will be shown on this device. So, for example, if you set a parental rating of "G" in the device properties and mark a file or folder "PG" in KooRaRoo, then it won't appear on the device as if it doesn't exist, so your kids won't even know it's there in the first place!

Easy, right? That's the whole idea - you should be able to accomplish seemingly complex tasks with just a few mouse clicks using KooRaRoo's intuitive graphical user interface.

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