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This is a somewhat strange post for my blog, but since I’m using this on my NAS to serve it’s games to my PS3 I might as well spend a small post about it.
A couple of weeks ago I’ve pulled my old PS3 out of the basement and fired it up.
According to the information I have "The My Media application can be accessed via the T-Box Home Screen. Though i dont have media centre so it doesnt find files. Got my t-box media player working pretty good today as well. This Media Player is really a very nice upgrade for our good old t-box's imho. Tried quite a few formats and most of them worked fine. Cheers, Tom Works fine for me using Twonky Media Server with 800GB of MP4 video files – actually I am quite impressed with it Thanks Telstra – now all we need is the adaptive streaming & recording on the Foxtel channels Interesting i havent tried any of this yet on my T Box. Currently i have a Western Digital media player, with a wireless dongle and Mezzmo (media server) on the pc.
The application appears in the home menu automatically once the T-Box has been upgraded to the relevant firmware." This is internal Telstra information, but according to that information the feature was released today, hence my post. According to my information: Supported file formats are: Audio: MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, e AAC , FLAC, OGG, Audible, Real Audio Video: MPEG-2, H.264, WMV, MPEG-4, Div X, MOV, 3gp, AVI, MPG, RMImage: JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF That's actually pretty smart if true. Plugged my USB stick in and it found that and then played the files on it. Just turned on my tbox I got for xmas, and it is currently updating to Version 5.2.65 Hmm. I'm using wmp12 and I managed to access my home pc ok but it is a real pita to setup and manage my libraries. It works really well, very good wireless performance – fast forwarding is easy to use, although it would be nice if it had a faster setting. Anyone had any success in getting metadata to display? All of my media is organized and has fanart, posters etc all setup so XBMC can read it.
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So, if you ever fire up your DNLA end point and can’t see a file, fire up Media Player on your sharing device and that should solve the problem.This D-Link product includes software code developed by third parties, including software code subject to the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) or GNU Lesser General Public License (“LGPL”).As applicable, the terms of the GPL and LGPL, and information on obtaining access to the GPL code and LGPL code used in this product, are available to you at: GPL code and LGPL code used in this product is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY and is subject to the copyrights of one or more authors.One of the first things I did when I got my new TV was figure out how I can stream all of my movies from my server to the TV. I finally figured out today that it’s Windows Media Player that’s doing the indexing of the movie list – you have media player running for the new files to show up! You can read up on details here, but the long and short of it is that it’s a technology that makes it easy to share media across different devices. But one of the things that I’ve noticed is that new movies put onto the server don’t always show up on my TV’s list of files.