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ok thanks i'm convert it (MKV file) with
VIDEORA XBOX 360 CONVERTER.
it takes 24 hours to do that. and it also convert it to 480p
and i want to see movies on 720p.
someone know a better program ?
and also.. the xbox 360 dont show up in my pc through WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER 11. in the shared media option. i'm connecting evreything right but the 360 dont recognized by my pc what should i do ?
and i dont have firewall
I use DVD decrypter to put my original DVD's onto a hard drive, and then use Handbrake to encode them to a file format that both my 360 and PS3 can read. I have a link to a web site that guides you through this - I'll add that once I have got home from work tonight.
I have tried many different ways of doing this and this is by far the easiest/simplest and reliable ways of doing it. I now have all my DVD's saved in the right format on a media server that I spool to my consoles.
EDIT: See link to previous thread here, and in particular my post and the guide to ripping.
x264 is a h264 encoder, like "Windows Media Encoder" is a wmv\vc1 encoder for example...
The 360 supports virtually all the features in any h264 encoder, give a program called "ripbot264" a try it has specific profiles for the 360 and uses x264 in the background and you don't need to fiddle with any details...
ok but my problem is that i cant see my xbox on the media player 11 sharing media.
it dont show up . i've tried everything ...
windows media connect , tversity .
when i test the connection throught my xbox its says
pc connection : FAILED.
and i've coneected my modem to the xbox 360.
and i dont use firewall
Everything you have already asked or are going to ask has probably been asked 50 times already, so it might be quicker if you look here. http://www.avforums.com/forums/search.php and search in the xbox bit
It sounds like you may be having problems with your modem/router. You may need to open the right ports to allow the PC and 360 to work together. There is a web site I used to sort out my router. Have a look here:
Go to Guides and you can either then choose to select router settings by make - choose "Port Forwarding Guides By Router" or alternatively choose which program you need to open ports for (ie TVersity) by going to "List of all Ports" and choosing the program.
Ahh - that may be the problem - if you only have a modem and it is not a router modem then you will have problems connecting to another device on the modem (ie a PC). You may need to get a router and plug that into the modem, then plug your PC and your Xbox 360 into the router and you should be able to get them talking to each other.