Tversity: Cheap Media Streaming Solution Gets An Update

Tversity: Cheap Media Streaming Solution Gets An Update

Anthony Nguyen
Sep 24, 2008

Though the latest Tversity isn't as significant as the overhaul seen from their beta to release candidate GUI conversion, but every little bit helps - especially when the software is free! With their latest 1.004 version, you more RAW photo support, navigation enhancements, and some streaming bugs fixed. Full list of updates after the jump.

New Features in Tversity 1.004:

· Raw digital camera image support (crw, cr2, nef, nrw, mrw, orf, raf, dng, erf, x3f, dcr arw, raw, kdc).
· Feature some Internet content during installation to raise awareness for Internet video support in TVersity. This content, if subscribed to, will be available at the root menu of devices.
· Navigation by Folders and by Podcasts is now available at the root menu of devices that have such a menu. These new menu choices combine audio, photo and video items, all in the same place.
· The file extensions mts and m2ts (used for AVCHD videos by HD camcorders) are now recognized and can be streamed to PS3.
· Public media sources are now aggregated in a global repository and will soon be used to offer new content search and discovery features.
· Devices
· Added a user contributed profile for the DSM 750.
· Bug Fixes
· Music menus on Xbox 360 were not working.
· Some DVD videos were transcoded even when it was not required.
· Some iPhone videos were transcoded even when it was not required.
· A rare sqlite crash was solved by upgrading to the latest release.
· A rare pthreads crash was solved by upgrading to the latest release.

Want to learn more? Check out our guide on how to stream any type of downloaded media onto the big screen via your Playstation 3!

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