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  1. #1
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    PS3 Firmware 2.0 now allows playback of Divx and Xvid

    PS3 Firmware 2.0 Now Allows Play of Divx and Xvid, possibly Hi-Def..

    I have installed TVersity Media Server 0.9.10.8 and installed community codec pack from http://www.cccp-project.net.

    Addionally, in the settings, change the video resolution to suit your tv and wallah.

    Thanks By Rendi

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  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by rendib View Post
    PS3 Firmware 2.0 Now Allows Play of Divx and Xvid, possibly Hi-Def..

    I have installed TVersity Media Server 0.9.10.8 and installed community codec pack from http://www.cccp-project.net|http://www.cccp-project.net/.

    Addionally, in the settings, change the video resolution to suit your tv and wallah.

    Thanks By Rendi More...
    höh ?

    divx and so on also works in lower firmwae with tvversity
    tvversity convert the divx and so on in ps3 compatible video

    its not the ps3 self that plays the divx ist only a on the fly convert from divx and so on into ps3 mp4 / mpeg4

    regards
    brumbrum

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    no, my computer is very very slow and i know what your talking about, but now it doesnt covnert on the fly, it just streams it trust me it loads straight away just give it a try.

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by rendib View Post
    no, my computer is very very slow and i know what your talking about, but now it doesnt covnert on the fly, it just streams it trust me it loads straight away just give it a try.
    i have firmware 1.8 and my computer has a system load of 1% and i have too a slow computer

    believe me it converts on the fly so the computer load is very low

  5. #5
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    rendib, try copying one of your Divx movie files to a USB drive or memory card and playing it directly on the PS3... this will clear it up for you.

 




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