I've been tinkering with SiriusXMStreamer 22.214.171.124 and Tversity 126.96.36.199 to try to get Sirius playing on my PlayStation3, but I've had limited success. I get to the point where all of my Sirius channels appear on the PS3, however when I try to play one of them, an error appears that it could not play it, and that the content may have been removed from the media server.
This is how my SiriusXMStreamer is setup (logins removed):
Once I login, it appears as follows:
Now ... when I go to COPY URL in the screenshot above, what do I choose? ASX? MMU? M3U? How do I know?
I actually tried ALL of them, but it never seems to work. This is what my TVersity looks like --- did I add it in the right place?
I've tried playing around with the HTTP / MMS and ASX / M3U settings, but have not been able to find a configuration that works. I also don't know whether each change needs me to refresh the TVersity Media library. It's hard to do trial n' error, as my TVersity takes about an hour to complete the refresh due to my huge media collection, so I am not sure what to do.
Am I supposed to put in the local IP address of my TVersity Media Server along with IP address? Should it be .MP3 or .WAV? What is the difference? How about the checkmark for using it for streams / playlists / feeds? Everything I've read here seems to indicate that it SHOULD be checked, but have not been able to figure out a winning combination.
Any thoughts or ideas would be greatly appreciated!!