TVersity software...can anyone work out how to use it?

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  1. leamspaceman

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    I've installed the TVersity software on my PC to connect to my 360 as I heard it was better than WMC.

    Anyway, I managed to get my PC to show on the 360, which I couldn't do with WMC, but I just cannot figure the software? Does anyone here use it and if so, can you post instructions on how to use it.

    I consider myself to be PC savvy but this is just impossible to me.

    Thanks.

    Get TVersity here: http://www.tversity.com/
     
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    i dont think it allows you to stream videos from XP to the 360 so your better off sticking to WMC and using transcode360 :thumbsup:
     
  3. leamspaceman

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    As I said, I could not get WMC to work...that's why I went with TVersity. I'm running XP so I understand that even if I got WMC to work I wouldn't be able to stream video? I can only do that with Media Centre?

    I just want to know how to use TVersity?
     
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    Does Win XP + WMC + transcode 360 allow you to stream videos from your XP computer to your 360?
     
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    No, Windows Media Connect (WMC) does not stream video. You need Windows Media Center Edition (MCE) to stream video, and transcode 360 on top of MCE to stream divx/xvid videos.
     

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