Play Internet audio, image and video streams and RSS/RDF/ATOM/OPML feeds and podcasts on your TV, Stereo and other connected devices

The media server streams media from the Internet and delivers it to connected devices via HTTP, the only protocol supported by those devices

The only truly universal media server (including support for the Apple iPhone, Sony PSP, the Sony PS3, the Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii, The Nokia 770/N800 and many more devices)

Use the same server for home and mobile networked devices (with multimedia capabilities) whether they support UPnP AV / DLNA or just have a web browser or an RSS/Podcast Reader

Enter your own Internet URLs or select from the bundled Audio and Video Guides

The media server is bundled with hundreds of TV stations from all over the world and thousands of radio stations

Play your ENTIRE media collection on your connected devices

Finally almost any content that plays in Windows Media Player can be played on any of the supported devices disregarding their codec limitations

Automatic Real-time Seamless Transcoding

Let the Media Server automatically detect when a given media needs to be transcoded for playback on your media player

Very fast browsing of your media library with unprecedented speed for huge libraries (up to 100,000 items and more)

The Media Server has a very short response time, allowing faster browsing of your media library

vanced searching and smart playlists

The Media Server supports keyword searching as well as advanced search experssions and allows search results to be saved as playlists

sy to use Graphical User Interface

Control the media server locally or remotely by running the GUI as a web application (both MSIE and Firefox are supported)

pport multiple devices simultaneously

Connect every room with a TV and other connected devices you own to the same media server

are media with friends and family via RSS

Synchronize your media library with remote installaions of TVersity or with remote Podcast managers like iTunes

Support for all leading tagging formats and then some

ID3v1, ID3v2, Ogg Vorbis comments in Ogg, FLAC, and MPC/Ape, iTunes AAC tags, MPEG4 tags, ASF tags (WMA, WMV, DVR-MS)

Intuitive Navigation

Finally a media server that organizes your media properly, maintaining the order of songs, supporting extensive navigation criteria and doing it all very fast

Manage cache of transcoded media

No need to transcode the same media twice

Pause Live Internet feeds just like with Tivo

Watching live Internet TV and listening to live radio stations have never been so much fun

Runs as a service

You no longer need to log on to your computer for the media server to start

Works well on slow system while providing real benefits on faster ones

Transcode Internet videos (300 kbps) on very slow systems and downsample high definition videos to standard definition on fast ones

What's New:

  • New Features
    • Simplified menu structure on TV requiring less steps to reach any given menu option.
    • Faster menu navigation on TV, thanks to reduction in metadata size delivered by TVersity.
    • PS3 displays date for photos.
    • Change default video resolution for transcoded media from 400×300 to 640×480, this reflects improvement in computer processing power over the last few years. If your computer is not fast enough (at least core 2 duo 1.6 Ghz) this resolution will need to be decreased.
  • Bug Fixes
    • Fix display of high resolution photos on the PS3.
    • Handle correctly standard genres (as per ID3v1) in AAC files.