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Transfering film files via tversity to ps3

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
I've been trying to transfer large film files over the network to my ps3 using tversity, they transfer fine but then when i play them on the ps3 there is a slight delay in the sound which is annoying, anyone got any idea how i can sort this out?
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I'm not sure what Tversity is or what the benefit is in using it...but why not just drop your files into your Media Player Library and set up your PC as a Media Server on your PS3? The PS3 will stream most media files doing it like that...
#2
SirBargainsALot
I'm not sure what Tversity is or what the benefit is in using it...but why not just drop your files into your Media Player Library and set up your PC as a Media Server on your PS3? The PS3 will stream most media files doing it like that...


they don't stream very well via the media server or tversity that's why I want to put it onto the ps3 hdd
banned#3
souljacker;8065345
they don't stream very well via the media server or tversity that's why I want to put it onto the ps3 hdd

but cant you just copy them directly from your pc via media player? Mine shows my PC on my PS3 as folders and I can just copy what I like directly to the HDD
#4
What network speed do you have?
#5
csiman
but cant you just copy them directly from your pc via media player? Mine shows my PC on my PS3 as folders and I can just copy what I like directly to the HDD


it's the same result when I do it via media player thats why I tried tversity the file on the ps3 now has a slight delay on the sound
#6
Why not invest in a memory stick and watch them off the memory stick on your PS3? Yeah, it's not got the convenience of wireless, but it does save you having to manage space on your PS3...???
banned#7
souljacker;8065672
it's the same result when I do it via media player thats why I tried tversity the file on the ps3 now has a slight delay on the sound

so you do a direct file copy from your pc to the ps3 via media player server and the sound is off by millisecs?

I take it you have tried copying the file via usb stick to ensure its not a codec problem on the ps3.
#8
Got the full codec pack for TVersity? Tweak the settings, cache etc - had some problems with mine at first but very smooth now - usually only a delay if there is one on the original file.
#9
SirBargainsALot
Why not invest in a memory stick and watch them off the memory stick on your PS3? Yeah, it's not got the convenience of wireless, but it does save you having to manage space on your PS3...???


csiman
so you do a direct file copy from your pc to the ps3 via media player server and the sound is off by millisecs?

I take it you have tried copying the file via usb stick to ensure its not a codec problem on the ps3.


i can't use a memeory stick as it won't support a file of that size (10gb) i ususally watch all my film from a stick but can't with blu ray rips
#10
Ciderbob
Got the full codec pack for TVersity? Tweak the settings, cache etc - had some problems with mine at first but very smooth now - usually only a delay if there is one on the original file.


i just downloaded tversity, do i need a codec pack too? what exactly do i need to do to the settings?
banned#11
souljacker;8066860
i can't use a memeory stick as it won't support a file of that size (10gb) i ususally watch all my film from a stick but can't with blu ray rips

Now I'm confused. The maximum file size on a PS3 is 4GB so how did you get a 10GB file on it?
#12
csiman
Now I'm confused. The maximum file size on a PS3 is 4GB so how did you get a 10GB file on it?


how is the maxium file size 4gb?

i have transferred this file 10gb via the network and it's on my ps3:thinking:
banned#13
souljacker;8068316
how is the maxium file size 4gb?

i have transferred this file 10gb via the network and it's on my ps3:thinking:

ps3 file format is FAT32. Maximum file size is 4GB
#14
why not try streaming through ps3 media server?
#15
csiman
ps3 file format is FAT32. Maximum file size is 4GB


yeah usb but not transferring over the network.
banned#16
mr.potato_head;8068488
yeah usb but not transferring over the network.

I'm not talking about that. The PS3 HDD is FAT32 - Maximum file size is 4GB regardless of transfer methods.
#17
souljacker
i just downloaded tversity, do i need a codec pack too? what exactly do i need to do to the settings?


It should download this as part of the TVersty download. If not just google it and you should be able to find the latest version. :thumbsup:
#18
csiman
I'm not talking about that. The PS3 HDD is FAT32 - Maximum file size is 4GB regardless of transfer methods.


well i've got a few films on my ps3 that are 10-11gb so it can be done, don't ask me how but it has
banned#19
dcx_badass
The PS3 isn't Fat32 at all, that's why it can take larger files. It uses Fat32 for external stuff, but it's own file system internally.


This is the truth.
#20
yeah i thought it must be something like that becuase i know for a fact the ps3 can hold files larger than 4gb

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