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Old 06-17-2008, 07:18 AM   #1
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Question What is the best software to stream video to your PS3?

What program is the best to stream video from your pc to the PS3? Ive only tried tversity and it seems to work pretty good. Can anybody suggest another program to try, that might be better than tversity? Mostly I am streaming HD movies in 1080P or 720P.
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What program is the best to stream video from your pc to the PS3? Ive only tried tversity and it seems to work pretty good. Can anybody suggest another program to try, that might be better than tversity? Mostly I am streaming HD movies in 1080P or 720P.
I use TVersity and it seems to work pretty well but I don't use it for video all that much. Do you have your PS3 hard connected or wireless. Do you ever get freezes while streaming?
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If TVersity is already working for you, stick with it. HD content streaming is difficult only because it requires HEAVY duty computing power from your PC if it needs to be transcoded.

There's other options, though. Windows Media Player can do sharing to a PS3. So can Nero and Twonky. If you've got time to kill, you can try some of those (note: Nero must be purchased, and TwonkyVision must be purchased after a 30 day trial).
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I use TVersity and it seems to work pretty well but I don't use it for video all that much. Do you have your PS3 hard connected or wireless. Do you ever get freezes while streaming?
Hard connected(actually, i have the power plug network adapters that im using, and they work great so far) for me, and so far no freezes while streaming.

But I do have a problem, that a HD wmv will not play any audio, it streams video fine, but when i go to the audio option for the movie on the PS3, it says no audio available, but the audio works fine on the computer. Any thoughts on this?
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WMA Pro audio in WMV's isn't supported yet.
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I use TVersity and it works great. I've also tried a couple of other programs (like Nero) and I definitely prefer TVersity.
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hi... ive been using this program (java ps3 media server) it does every thing u need it to...

-real-time video trascoding
-all formats ps3 natively supports: mp3/wma, jpg/png/gif/tiff, and all kind of videos (avi, mp4, ts, m2ts, mpeg,
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there is alot more on it.

..................this is the best one sofar................

ive had no problems... play perfect every time...
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