PS3 Media Server

by ps3mediaserver

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Operating system: Windows

Publisher: ps3mediaserver

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Last revision: Last week

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PS3 Media Server is a DLNA compatible media server for PS3 game consoles. Multimedia files (music, movies, etc.) will be transcoded from one computer to another and broadcast via Java-based technology. PS3 Media Server does not require any complicated actions to set up folders or install additional codecs. The process of video processing is performed in both Mplayer and FFmpeg on all output videos. If you select this application, you will be able to view the contents of folders and archives on your computer, listen to Internet radio, and watch video via the web. Among the MP3 content that can be played using PS3 Media Server are MKV, FLV, OGM and AVI video formats; as well as OGG, FLAC, MPC, MP3, APE. A number of media files can also be transferred onto Xbox360, viewed from Flickr and Google PicasaWeb, and listened to via audio podcasts with this program.

- Using the PS3 is easy with the ability to download movies and music.

- You can download applications with support for many video, audio, and graphics formats.

Using PS3 Media Server for Windows is a wonderful solution for storing and manipulating media. The PS3 Media Server Windows App is simply downloaded and opened. The System Setups, the Track Settings, the Share Settings, Transcoding Settings, Help and About are the tools available when you first open the App.
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