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This software is brilliant! Came across this some time ago when investigating if i could stream my personal videos on my home server/pc/laptop via a wii to watch on my telly. I subsequently bought an xbox and not having the windows media centre I looked at Tversity. I downloaded & installed and it automatically was found by my xbox and I can watch everything that is on my pc on my xbox no matter what file or format it is saved in.

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#1
It's ok, but PS3 Media Server (for PS3 alone) is far better imo.
#2
has been posted in the past but a reminder now and again for new members all ways welcome, as this is a great piece of software...
#3
Not really a Deal but yes it's a very good free product.

Perhaps someone can move it to Freebies for you.
#4
Right, apologies in advance for the noobish question.

I have a Mac with all my movies saved as mp4 files (so they can be used on my iPhone) on an external hard drive. Would this software allow me to play all those movie through my TV (via my PS3 or Xbox)?

Sorry again, I am really not good with this streaming stuff!! I only ask as I was thinking of buying a drive (such as Western Digital TV or Apple TV) that will stream the movies but if this does it for free I don't understand how there is a market for hardware you have to buy.

Thanks in advance for any help
#5
Been using this for a long time now. Fantastic piece of kit.
banned#6
cjblfc
Right, apologies in advance for the noobish question.

I have a Mac with all my movies saved as mp4 files (so they can be used on my iPhone) on an external hard drive. Would this software allow me to play all those movie through my TV (via my PS3 or Xbox)?

Sorry again, I am really not good with this streaming stuff!! I only ask as I was thinking of buying a drive (such as Western Digital TV or Apple TV) that will stream the movies but if this does it for free I don't understand how there is a market for hardware you have to buy.

Thanks in advance for any help


i am streaming my movies from my external hd via my xbox, only i have a window7, not mac, but id this software can stream iphone media then it may well do the mac. Tversity claim they can deliver any media to any device
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cjblfc
Right, apologies in advance for the noobish question.

I have a Mac with all my movies saved as mp4 files (so they can be used on my iPhone) on an external hard drive. Would this software allow me to play all those movie through my TV (via my PS3 or Xbox)?

Sorry again, I am really not good with this streaming stuff!! I only ask as I was thinking of buying a drive (such as Western Digital TV or Apple TV) that will stream the movies but if this does it for free I don't understand how there is a market for hardware you have to buy.

Thanks in advance for any help


No it's windows only.

I use http://ps3mediaserver.blogspot.com/ to stream to my ps3 on the mac, works a treat.
#8
581d;7396612
It's ok, but PS3 Media Server (for PS3 alone) is far better imo.


+1
#9
cjblfc
Right, apologies in advance for the noobish question.

I have a Mac with all my movies saved as mp4 files (so they can be used on my iPhone) on an external hard drive. Would this software allow me to play all those movie through my TV (via my PS3 or Xbox)?

Sorry again, I am really not good with this streaming stuff!! I only ask as I was thinking of buying a drive (such as Western Digital TV or Apple TV) that will stream the movies but if this does it for free I don't understand how there is a market for hardware you have to buy.

Thanks in advance for any help


I have a mac and I stream all my media like movies and music wirelessly over my wifi network at home using an app called MediaLink to stream to my PS3, and an app called Connect360 to stream to my Xbox. Both are paid for apps, unless you're good at "googling" of course.

And as a side note, I find MediaLink miles miles better than 'PS3 Media Server' as it runs in the background in the top bar of the screen, plus it looks better, works better and is easier to use.
banned#10
Rb_
Been using this for a long time now. Fantastic piece of kit.


although i came accross this a yr ago, i only started using it today as someone mentioned Jamcast in the wifi Dab M&S thread, i installed jamcast and realised i can only stream audio files, after some searching on google i came across this again and remembered what it was supposed to do, im just getting used to it for now.
#11
581d
It's ok, but PS3 Media Server (for PS3 alone) is far better imo.


Not if you've a folder with a huge amount of flicks in it ain't (500+)..........takes ages to list them on PS3........TVersity is instant...:thumbsup:
#12
This sounds too good a software to be true. But I am sure it must be authentic.
Can someone please post something if they have tried using this S/W with Wii and how did they go about configuring the network.
Cheers in advance....
#13
Yeah I have to say, with a huge amount of storage in compartmentalised folders (A proper hierarchical system) Tversity works an awful lot better.
#14
Thanks for the help guys. I guess I will try out Scrooge's method as that is what I will be doing (PS3 and Mac).

I still don't understand how there is a market for hardware that streams data when you can do it for free. Although I guess its for people that don't own an Xbox/PS3/Wii etc.
#15
cjblfc
Thanks for the help guys. I guess I will try out Scrooge's method as that is what I will be doing (PS3 and Mac).

I still don't understand how there is a market for hardware that streams data when you can do it for free. Although I guess its for people that don't own an Xbox/PS3/Wii etc.


Also it's not so good for Hi-def stuff........as it's decoded on the PC before it's streamed .....so if your PC isn't high spec it'll struggle .....
#16
How is this a deal? It's always been free from launch!
#17
nnishant
This sounds too good a software to be true. But I am sure it must be authentic.
Can someone please post something if they have tried using this S/W with Wii and how did they go about configuring the network.
Cheers in advance....


Try Google :w00t: Dozens of guides and even podcasts and YouTube videos showing you how it's done / it working.

Been using TVersity for a couple of years on and off. Hardly a "deal" as they now have a Premium version that gives extra functions for a price. They just used to have nice a simple Free version.
#18
so with this you can get iplayer on the xbox ?
#19
#20
Will defo look into this as I've not heard of it. Thanks.:thumbsup:
#21
581d;7396612
It's ok, but PS3 Media Server (for PS3 alone) is far better imo.

:thumbsup: +1
#22
cjblfc
Thanks for the help guys. I guess I will try out Scrooge's method as that is what I will be doing (PS3 and Mac).

I still don't understand how there is a market for hardware that streams data when you can do it for free. Although I guess its for people that don't own an Xbox/PS3/Wii etc.


MediaLink works better than PS3 Media Server though...
#23
Been using this to stream movies via Xbox360 onto TV for a long time now,
Excellent program (although always been free, so not really a hot deal).
#24
this seems similar to mymovies...though mymovies you can run on a windows home server too...will be interesting to see if tversity has the same problems running protection drm content as mymovies, etc (boy i hate apple with a passion - drm=worst invention ever made imo)
#25
works great with my xbox cant get it to work on my iphone though
#26
Runs like a dog on the Wii :(
#27
does anyone know how to stream a film directly from the internet using tversity,ive been searching for hours but havnt been able to find a answer
#28
mbh69
so with this you can get iplayer on the xbox ?


I don't think so, only stuff you've downloaded. No way to get Iplayer on the Xbox in the forseeable future because even though BBC made it M$ won't let customers use it without signing up for a gold account, which BBC rightly disagree with. So unless you want to buy a console from a decent manufacturer who doesn't try to keep extracting money from you then you can't get Iplayer.

I've got my housemates set up with PS3 media server and personally use Windows Media Player, with my PS3, though I've yet to set it up with my Xbox since I don't wanna pay for an adadpter. I've set a few people up with PS3 media server now, none of them are any good with tech stuff, yet it's taken minutes for them to be up and running (they struggle more with vidzone than ps3 media server, lol).

If you're using wireless HD content lags like hell, I watch HD stuff through my PC unless I REALLY want it on a player then I burn it to dual layer dvd, saves HD space too! :D
#29
mbh69
so with this you can get iplayer on the xbox ?


Why not download your programs on your laptop first via the following software download and then stream to the xbox!

http://po-ru.com/projects/iplayer-downloader/
#30
crd67
Why not download your programs on your laptop first via the following software download and then stream to the xbox!

http://po-ru.com/projects/iplayer-downloader/


Agree crd67. I use this and it works well. I think you need the premium version of TVersity to watch iPlayer, but the software you mention gets around that.
#31
i was using it for a year and is a very good software for sure.
#32
It's OK - but it's a pain in the tits for transcoding sometimes.

I use it with my 360 and the real bind is that it doesn't support subtitle files.
#33
sounds good try i'll try it later
#34
+1 for PS3 Media Server, it really comes into it's own when streaming/transcoding HD files as it has a myriad of options and settings to tweak. Combine that with it's great support and ability to play previously-unplayable files that TVersity struggles with, it's great.

Presumably with a massive amount of files, it'll only take a while to load up once, whilst it populates it's database files, then it'll be quick...
#35
does this let you play video files of any codec on the 360?
#36
hypnoticstate
does this let you play video files of any codec on the 360?


for most of codec this is ok and will play.
#37
Scissorhands
It's OK - but it's a pain in the tits for transcoding sometimes.

I use it with my 360 and the real bind is that it doesn't support subtitle files.


yes, i think subtitle is not showing in Xbox 360. tried many ways and still no good.
#38
you dont need media centre for xbox streaming...just wmp11........still not a bad program though
#39
Mecoconuts;7396750
Not if you've a folder with a huge amount of flicks in it ain't (500+)..........takes ages to list them on PS3........TVersity is instant...:thumbsup:


Turn on Media Library in PS3MS and you get the same thing :thumbsup:
#40
Yep been using this a while does the job very well for video, music and photos. Easier to use than connecting to windows vista + you don't need vista to stream.

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