BRIO turns desktop PCs into personal music servers that allow consumers to access music stored remotely at native resolution using web browsers and mobile apps, for Hi-res streaming.
Freemium • Proprietary
What is BRIO?
BRIO turns desktop PCs into personal music servers that allow consumers to access music stored remotely at native resolution using web browsers and mobile apps. BRIO will scan and import your music libraries (including iTunes media, default music folders in PC/MAC attached storage devices, music folders shared from other PCs/MACs on the home network) into the (desktop) app high-resolution audio player. However, presently, the Standard plan does not add AAC files due to licensing considerations.
BRIO uses single fine-grain scalable audio files (in MPEG-4 SLS format) to truncate and deliver native audio files, dynamically adapting native audio bitrate streaming to bandwidth available on player devices. There is no need to use a cloud service in BRIO. When you install BRIO’s desktop app, it turns the PC/MAC into a server that streams your music library (on the PC/MAC) to another PC or mobile device. Your music library stays in your PC/MAC and is not uploaded to a cloud service.