After upgrading to DG21 however, i was able to play around 50% of the movies i tried to play.
So then I installed TVersity to see if the transcoding it does would improve that percentage and now i can play >90% with tho other movies saying "invalid resolution".
I love Tversity
. It certainly may not be the best app ever for streaming videos but the interface is pretty simple and straightforward. I actually use Tversity to stream all my movies and videos to my XBOX 360. If you know the XBOX, then you know Microsoft left out support for various formats and limited the natively supported ones. Tversity transcodes the videos on the fly for use with a plethora of devices- and it works pretty darn well for me! I even set it up for a neighbor who owns a PS3.
It also helps get me past that darn Xbox Live protection- meaning the XBOX won't allow me to play certain formats unless I'm signed into Live. If I don't feel like signing in online I can set Tversity to transcode the video to a format the 360 does natively support.
I have to say it works decent with Mobile Devices as well, but I have never been one to watch movies on a tiny screen when I'm home. Seriously I have a nice size LCD TV in the living room, why watch it on a small 3-4 inch screen
Edited by Cherry Limeade Douche, 09 November 2010 - 02:16 PM.
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