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  1. #1
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    [Answered] Streaming Large HD files (PS3) ?

    Larger than 4gb's please help. I have a great TV and 720p does not cut it.

    Tversity , wmp, and Vuze can't seem to play the 8 gb files

    Help

    thx
    Best Answer - Posted by dvbtr:

    I'm using also PS3Mediaserver without problem. I didn't see any problem with that prog neither normal version nor beta builds.

    You can download latest beta build from PS3Mediaserver forum site instead of regular page. If you want to take a look go to: http://ps3mediaserver.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=3217

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    hi,

    i use the pms (playstation media server (java app) and works fine for me with big files !!

    greets
    mike

  3. #3
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    I have used tversity, nero, ps3 media and ushare all ok. Are you wired or wifi? Because wifi is too flaky IMO for streaming high def.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanJ View Post
    I have used tversity, nero, ps3 media and ushare all ok. Are you wired or wifi? Because wifi is too flaky IMO for streaming high def.
    Wired... Movies in 1080p don't connect, anything under 4gb does. Am i missing something?

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmac5 View Post
    Wired... Movies in 1080p don't connect, anything under 4gb does. Am i missing something?
    Try useing PS3 Media Server (ps3mediaserver.blogspot.com). it works great for me when i stream 1080P video files over 4GB.

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    I'm using also PS3Mediaserver without problem. I didn't see any problem with that prog neither normal version nor beta builds.

    You can download latest beta build from PS3Mediaserver forum site instead of regular page. If you want to take a look go to: http://ps3mediaserver.org/forum/view...hp?f=14&t=3217

 




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