Is it possible only to be a member of "member belongs to" and without install Netsync Media Server by myself?
Yes, you would added by other family member to his Netsync Media Server's member group and without install Netsync Media Server by yourself.
How to enable Intel Quick Sync with a Dedicated Graphic Card in Win7/Win10
The Intel Quick Sync only work when the Intel HD Graphics is available, so you need to do the following steps to enable Intel HD Graphics.
1. First reboot your system and go to your monther's BIOS
2. BIOS: turn on "IGP" (Internal Graphics) in your BIOS.
3. BIOS: "Init Display First" set to PEG, PCI-E, this means set Dedicated Graphic to primary and also enabled the "Intel HD Graphics" as slave.
4. BIOS: Save and Reboot
5. Win7/Win10: After booted, go to "Screen Resolution" setting page, click "Detect", click that grey monitor on right of your primary monitor, choose "Intel HD Graphics", choose "Try to connect anyway on:VGA", choose "Extend these displays".
What's Netsync Media Server default Port?
The Netsycn Media Server default port was 5566. You need add this Port number to Windows Firewall, if your Netsync Media Server behinded the router you also need add this Port number to 'Port Forwarding' in the Router's setting page.
What's 'RAW' mode in the player page, and what's limitaion?
The 'RAW' mode means streaming your video without video transocding, only work for video codec is H.264, current without subtitle (.srt) for RAW mode, seeking the video in RAW mode sometime will pixelated in a short time (this because you have seeked video first frame probably not key Frame or call I Frame), the output bitrate depend on your orignal video file.
Why Nvidia NVENC only have two simultaneous video transcoding?
This limitation is come from Nvidia, please refer this for more information. Probably you need more high end Nvidia's graphics for more transcoding session.
Is Netsync Media Server support HEVC (h.265) hardware decoding?
This depend on your graphics card, the Intel CPU of Skylake support HEVC 8bit full fixed function decoding, the Intel CPU of Kaby Lake support full HEVC 10bit fixed function decoding (the Coffee Lake, Swan Lake?! also supported in theory), the Nvidia graphics of GM20x, 3rd NVENC support full fixed hevc 8bit/10bit decoding, otherwise all use software decoding.
Is it possible to support HEVC (h.265) hardware encoding?
Although the graphics card has supported HEVC hardware encoding, but for smart phone, iPad, browser do not have totally support HEVC hardware decoding, so current Netsync haven't planing for support HEVC hardware encoding until most of devices supported it.