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When will Verizon Media Manager support the capability to stream video from the PC. As of now, it ony supports pictures and music.
The strange this is that when I activate my Media Manager on my DVR, it states that I can access "Video" from my computer. But we all know that's not true. Thanks.
Personally use ORB (http://orb.com/). Lets me do the same thing...sorta but I hear that versity is really good when you have all kinds of crazy video formats.
I second the using ORB. I use it on my Windows Mobile phone to stream movies from my computer to the phone to watch on the go. Simply AMAZING!!
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I had Tversity setup for a while. I wanted to get it to work with my windows mobile phone but never could get it to fully work, so I just gave up.
Tversity has some small problems to work out. The ability to stream video and encode at the same time on the fly makes it a special program. Add the fact that it is a free program and you have one of the very best free programs out there. I have a ton a videos from my camcorder and other video formats on my computer. Tversity has no problem playing them while windows media center was unable to covert all video on the fly. I do want to try other programs...I heard that PLAYON is also a good program, but I haven't tried it yet. Either way it is going to be great when Verizon provides the ability to stream video to every receiver. I can't wait t0 play!!