[quote="joksi"][quote="KarnaG3"][quote="joksi"]I have the same problem!
Or, in fact, I can watch everything it seems but not MKV, I just get the data corrupted message and also the PS3 marks the file as MPEG-1?
At the moment im trying the solution with converting from MKV to MP4 with tsMuxer, and then I can stream the video file (with no noticeable difference in quality and takes about 2-3min) directly without transcoding, ie in WMP11 or TVersity too, and the PS3 marks the file as AVC. It seem to work good at 720p, however, why doesnt the embedded subtitle show? When watching on the PC there is subtitles. Any ideas?
Also, on top of everything, the MKVs after givin the corrupted data message, also makes TVersity crash,or better said just switch off the sharing so i need to start sharing again.[/quote]
Ok, seriously, sticko & joski - DID YOU EVEN READ MY UPDATED GUIDE? It specifically says "yes, you only need HAALI splitter* AND FFDSHOW".
You need either Haali or Gabest splitter to use MKV. Period.[/quote]
I think you are so into your own thing, that You actually dont read at all on what your answering.
I have tried several things, and this includer cleaning the registry inbetween.
I have installed Vista Codec Pack, K-Lite Codec Pack, and just FFDshow and Haali OR Gabest separately. In all scenarios I can watch every single MKV file I have available, on my PC in WMP11.
BUT, the issue arises (only) when starting to stream to PS3 and its MKV, data corrupted is the only thing I get and in some scenarios also TVersity traybar icon just gets grayed out (sharing disabled, have to manually start it up again).
The issue with PS3 tagging TVersity files as MPEG1 is specific, cause when I used TVersity in a older release when changing to mpeg2 in the config.xml file all files were transcoded to MPEG2, so the PS3 also showed this. Now it doesnt matter, it always shows MPEG1.[/quote]
I have now uninstalled every single codec on my PC and TVersity, cleaned the registry, rebooted and reinstalled FFDshow tryouts, rebooted, installed Haali mediasplitter, rebooted, installed TVersity without codec pack, rebooted and then setup TVersity. Once again, MKV works great on the PC but corrupted data in the PS3!??