TVersity let's you stream media from your PC to almost any device that connect to your home network. For example you can browse photos, music or movies on devices like the PS3 or XBox 360. While some devices already allow streaming usually the formats supported are quite limited. It supports virtually any file you can play on your PC.
Reviewing 2.2 (Sep 24, 2012)
TVersity used to be a pretty good program with several bugs. Although after fiddling around with settings, things eventually worked. Unfortunately, this program is no longer really freeware and AFAIK, has not been updated in quite some time.
Reviewing 2.2 (Jun 9, 2012)
Since version 2.0, TVersity is not freeware anymore. Even the Basic build now requires a commercial key which is only valid for six months.
Reviewing 1.9.7 (Nov 12, 2011)
Had problems with PS3 Media Server flagging almost all my music videos as corrupt. Installed TVersity and it plays everything.
Had one problem - I tried to add a folder, but it wouldn't show up in the library. Had to change the folder permissions on the folder, after which it worked fine. Odd that the same folder didn't present problems to PS3 Media Server.
Reviewing 220.127.116.11 RC6 (Jan 7, 2009)
This program is great, although, it's interface is a bit slow at times and you have a good refresh time upon startup as well as initiating a media library rebuild.
Other than that, TVersity is definitely a fantastic solution for a home based DLNA solution, such as my setup with my PS3. I highly recommend it as nothing has been easier to configure. I say that as of right now, this receives a solid 4/5.
On a side note:
UAC is a solution that software developers need to adapt to. Programmers have been coding poorly for years, relying on storage of settings and parameters outside the documents and settings\username folder and using other poor coding techniques. UAC should not need to be disabled for this program to install. It works fine with UAC Enabled after installation, but during the install you have to disable it and that is unacceptable. That is like telling someone you have to disable your house power in order to get your TV's wall mount installed on the wall. That should not be the case and is the fault of the developer not Microsoft. Thousands of software applications work with Vista's UAC enabled, in fact this is the only one I have found which does not, and I believe TVersity should alter it's programming to work with UAC as well. This is solely TVersity's responsibility to fix their lack of programming standardization.
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 RC6 (Jan 6, 2009)
Don't blame the software for your crappy UAC. Thats a Microsoft problem not the software you moron. Man I can't stand people like your dumb a** blaming the software for not working "right" when its a WinBlows problem. Learn how to use a computer then comment idiot!!!!
Best media serving app of it's kind