cotillion wrote:Hello, this is my first post here so bear with me. I have got Tversity working on everything but .mkv files. I used to be able to get video with crappy sound, but I tried all the instructions at the start of this thread, and now I get a corrupted file error. When I try to play .mkv files through Tversity, it gives me a "save/open" dialog box and tries to open another tab/window in my browser. I am not sure where I mis-steped, but one thing I remember not doing is deleting the Tversity file folder from the C:\ drive after I uninstalled the program. Would this cause my issue?
To answer your last question, no, but a fresh install (with the folder deleted ) couldn't hurt.
I'm unclear on your question though: are you trying to play the file IN the Tversity GUI in Windows or on the PS3?
Either way, if you're getting a corrupted file error, its probably nothing to do with your setup. When you get this, shut down the PS3, rebuild your library in Tversity, or refresh the folder that gave you that error where that video was located, then restart Tversity server under Settings and start the PS3 back up and try it again.
Depending on where the file is on your system, such as on a USB or external drive, you may want to try to enable sharing on the folder. You only need to share it with yourself; your windows user name, but sometimes this helps avoid the corrupted file error.