Also Fuppes reported to work but both require some fiddling with files and installation. thank you everyone in advance! However, to allow for more flexible responses, here are my overall stipulations: 1. Thanks for the thread! Check This Out
and the only think that work for sure was the Sub Junk 56 of PS3 Media Server. I can only the Windows Media Playlist... I'll be using a scanner with ADF & duplexing to digitize my papers. I followed the tutorial word for word.
I know reversing is possible but it wont be easy as for every naive user with wireshark snooping my streams.
If any of you here has ever done such an im the playsyde vids work fine Which codec should I use, the one I use causes WMP 11 to suck my machine dry, and it plays abysmal too. Here is what recommended by tversity guys: * ffdshow - for MPEG2/4, H.264, Divx, Xvid, AAC, FLAC, Vorbis, FLV, and many more * Haali Media Splitter - for better MP4 and Software that will need to be transferred/reinstalled includes paid copies of MS Office and Scrivener, Logitech Media Server, and Nero MediaHome.
If you still fail - its a firewall/router problem then. Medialink (ConnectPS3) Finally, people behind hugely popular Connect360 released PS3 DLNA software called Medialink. MPEG2 and 4 much more demanding in terms of PC power for recoding. Edit, I also seem to have lost all access to the Twonky settings page in my browser now, seems to have happened when I added the IP address of the server.
Hopefully this will show something. It's the solution I am most liking currently because it gets around two issues, the first is that it gives much better bitrates than the default transcode profile (I've had no it should be 7. http://www.easytechguides.com/ps3-media-server-problems.html Any ideas would be appreciated.
happens with every file i've ever used after 1+ year of using this. Last edited by gofreak; 05-24-2007 at 07:11 PM. Norse View Public Profile Send a private message to Norse Find More Posts by Norse Xabora Junior Member (05-24-2007, 09:25 PM) Quote #39 Hmm, getting closer to it being worth picking Dazzla View Public Profile Send a private message to Dazzla Find More Posts by Dazzla White Man Member (05-24-2007, 07:00 PM) Quote #20 I was playing around with this last night.
Pimp My Server! http://queryd.com/questions/windows-media-server-software.html Wish I had a PSP now, so I could do some stuff from work (provided I could get an internet connection here at work). Danke November 30, 2011 at 3:48 pm Thanks again! To get it to work, I have to back out of the video, then exit the server in the menu, or simply go back 1 directory on the server, and then
I am busy trying to figure this out on my own, but it's hard to unwrap what he did. his comment is here Richard July 31, 2011 at 7:06 am I am having problems with media encoded with header stripping. Just type in your browser: http://localhost:50865 There you can set what files to share and whatnot. By default, TVersity recodes everything not supported by PS3 to MPEG1, dont be surprised.
Try changing the music transcoding option from "automatic" to "don't transcode" maybe? Find More Posts by pr0cs Mmmkay Member (05-24-2007, 06:16 PM) Quote #18 Originally Posted by rc213 How fast is the conversion? I'm currently re-encoding that Heavenly Sword trailer to see if I can get it streaming better. this contact form The only solution here is transcoding, which is basically on-fly recoding of source video/audio to target video/audio.
Only problem now is that it took pretty much the same amount of time to encode 1 minute of AVC footage as it did 40 minutes of MPEG-2. My System Specs OS Windows 7 . Browse other questions tagged iis red5 or ask your own question.
Thanks again in advance! Subtitles always display a fraction of a second too early using all default settings. Plus encoding to AVC takes about a billion hours compared to MPEG-2 and the source quality isn't worth the hassle. Hello August 6, 2011 at 3:36 pm I have a small problem.
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General usage and viewing of media (music, videos, Both computers are in the same workgroup and are both visable... Last edited by Kinan; 01-08-2008 at 10:33 AM. navigate here With WMP11 my PS3 recognizes and plays AVC encoded files (it didn't play them with TwonkyMedia).
But I only get a connection to the media server could not be established error trying to see anything. =\ rc213 View Public Profile Send a private message to rc213 Visit I'll be using Windows 7 on both computers. I can't be alone here. That's just awesome :D Works for images too.
So, WMP11 sounds good, right? For some odd reason in vista premium I can see the 360 but the ps3 doesnt show up in media player 11 like in this shot. gofreak View Public Profile Send a private message to gofreak Find More Posts by gofreak evanswolves Member (05-24-2007, 07:10 PM) Quote #24 Thanx for the guide! And before when i was using Vista i have always been able to use the sharing files feature to stream media and play on my ps3.
Mmmkay View Public Profile Send a private message to Mmmkay Find More Posts by Mmmkay bluheim Banned (05-24-2007, 07:20 PM) Quote #29 Originally Posted by burnfout Everyone spam the Connect360 team No Spam! © 2016 EasyTechGuides About News Support FAQ Forum Tracker Code Plugins Universal Media Server | Forum A short text to describe your forum Skip to content Search Advanced search I haven't used any Video9 products so I'm out of the loop. Maybe windows installer issues or something like that. –seba.wagner Oct 9 '12 at 11:15 the logs actually tell us that java is not defined.
So far we found a reasonably good solution only for Windows OSes, so I'll start with it. MediaHome doesn't do this correctly or well, so in my case when the files to be transcoded have ac3 audio, I get out of sync and very low volume audio.