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streamng video to xbox360

Post by Motley » Mon Nov 24, 2008 4:55 pm


I am considering buying an xbox 360 and setting up an ubuntu server to store media I was under the impression that is I bought TwonkyVision I would be able to stream video/music and pictures to the xbox.

However I just saw this post from a while ago ... d-devices/ and it seems to say that it is not possible to stream video? is this correct?


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Re: streamng video to xbox360

Post by bripab007 » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:37 pm

That article is from 2006...yes, Twonky does indeed stream video to the Xbox 360.

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Re: streamng video to xbox360

Post by wenling85 » Mon Aug 10, 2009 8:51 am

There are other solutions. You can download related codec to playback video files on your xbox, or use a video file converter to change the format to make it compatible with xbox.

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Re: streamng video to xbox360

Post by mgillespie » Wed Aug 12, 2009 12:01 am

The Xbox is not DLNA compliant, so needs hacks to work around Microsoft's propitiatory streaming code. It's codec support is not particularly good either.

If you want a great console thats also a great media centre that adheres to DLNA spec with much better codec support to boot, I would join the dark side...
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