The free edition of TVersity is a great tool for sharing your media files with compatible UPn P or DLNA devices.What it does essentially is allow the media files on your PC to be played back on devices such as the PS3 or the Xbox 360, while presenting an easy to navigate interface.Here we will only show how to share a folder and access it on the Xbox 360 console, we won't show how to connect the Xbox 360 to a network, configure the TVersity settings for optimal performance or show how to share Internet multimedia.
Also, you can add items from the Internet, including media RSS feeds.
You simply have to enter the URL and optionally assign it a title or a tag.
The Xbox 360 console supports a wide variety of video and audio.
TVersity can stream this video and audio over a network from any Windows machine it is installed on.
With the Pro version of TVersity running on your PC you will be able to play virtually any file format.
With super simple user-interface and ultra-fast navigation and search there is no easier way to play and view your entire media library.
In short, this allows you to use your Xbox 360 as a much more powerful media center, bridging the gap between computer files on your Hard Drive, straight to your television through your Xbox 360 console. For video types supported directly by Xbox 360 including Div X and Xvi D in an AVI container (see full list here) your computer won't need to be too powerful, but for a computer to encode and stream at the same time if its unsupported, you will need a relatively modern setup.
You obviously need an Xbox 360 console that is on the same network as the computer you will install TVersity on. The first thing we will do is look at installing TVersity on Windows. The first thing you will see is the Welcome message above.
The media server runs in the system tray and provides you with a method to easily manage your media library from both online and offline sources.