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TVersity streams content from your computer to TV, Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii

TVersity is a media streaming software package that can stream any video to any device regardless of the limitation of the device. It can do this by automatically transcoding videos to the proper format for easy streaming, on the fly. TVersity supports different kinds of devices like UPnP, DLNA and Adobe Flash enabled Devices, which effectively includes all gaming consoles (XBox, PS3, Wii), mobile devices (iPhone, BlackBerry, Nokia N-series), networked TV, DVDs, Stereo Receivers, Digital Media Adapters/Receivers, Satellite and Cable set-top-boxes and more.

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TVersity lets you manage your Internet and media files on your computer and create your personalized lineup of channels, what they call the “Personal Entertainment Guide” or PEG. It then serves this media to a multitude of networked devices over many different streaming protocols handling all the necessary conversions on the fly, and thus making your media available anywhere, anytime and on any device.

TVersity can also download content from the Internet and cache it on your machine for later playback. TVersity also has a Podcast manager built-in, allowing you to subscribe to audio, video and image feeds and have them updated automatically. TVersity supports many premium content sites including Hulu and the BBC iPlayer, but to enjoy the premium content you need to buy the Pro version of the program which costs between 30 USD to 30 Euro, depending on where you live.

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