rolstrol wrote:I'm probably bringing up a previous problem that someone has had, so please don't get too upset. I've looked over this topic and haven't seen my problem but if someone can help me or direct me to somewhere I can get help I'd appreciate it. I went rule by rule, did everything step by step from this topic. I have looked around the web to see if I can get this to work out so I decided to finally create an account. I'm not sure what I should be doing, but when I try to get this going I start up Tversity. Then I search for media servers on my ps3, get nothing. Try again get nothing. When thats done I try to go to my internet browser (I already use port config btw), once a page comes up I write in my ip with the port:
The page cannot be displayed
The website may be experiencing a technical problem
Try accessing the site later (8071053d)
I've tried reinstalling it, I've downloaded everything in the right order. I have Windows SP3.
The last part might be meaningless but I figured I give you as much info as possible, and if you can help I'd appreciate it.
edog5 wrote:thanks in advance for all your help everybody
I decided to give tversity a shot after spending the last six month coverting all my MKV files to blu ray or M2TS files to play on PS3.
I have set up tversity according to the karnag3 setup guide but...
i am having login issues:(
i am in the services menu trying to set up the login type. I select "this account", browse in advanced and "find now" to find my admin user but my user name isnt there . I am set as the admisntrator under the user account settings in windows but it's not here... If i pick administrator, i can login, and I can see all the folders in my library on PS3, but all MKV files are "corrupted" and will not play. The videos play fine in media player classic on my PC. M2TS files playfine...any help would be much appreciated.
ollie_joe wrote:Thanks for the guide it has improved my situation a hell of a lot since I followed it.
However, I am still experiencing some problems with regards to AVC files stuttering, Mpeg-1 files corrupted and mpeg-1 subtitles not showing in the right language? I have played around with some of the settings on the ffdshow codec and have tried to modify some of the settings on the haali splitter but am still experiencing some problems.
Are there any stand out solutions I should try, in order to prevent:
a) AVC files from stuttering
b) certain Mpeg-1 files from not being corrputed
c) subtitles to play in the correct language.
please note that all the aforementioned files work flawlessly in mediaplayer classic.
I appreciate any suggestions you folks may have.
unikey wrote:tried everything in here including a clean install of windows, If I stream/transcode to a 360 everything works flawlessly using the PS3 on the same cable an it takes an age to buffer in SD audio stutters, 720p everything stutters and 1080p is unwatchable switching to wireless improves it a bit! using wmp11 and it works ok.
But the combination of Tversity,XP64 and PS3 isnt happy at all and I can find no reason for it!!!!!!!
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