Posted by: tranquilpc | September 1, 2009

Xtreamer (1) – working with BBC iPlayer

The Xtreamer player is the cheapest way to play and stream HD (MKV H.264)movies or user-generated videos, listen to high-quality digital music and show high-resolution slideshows of your family photos on your TV. Experience the spectacular picture quality of HD video and crystal clear sound clarity of digital audio. Use the included remote control to navigate through your entertainment choices using our crisp, animated HD menus.

(Available from theXtreamer.com)

 

Can the Xtreamer be used to play BBCiPlayer content ?

Yes it can !

It does require a suitable PC / Home Server running Tversity Pro, but after a few minutes setting it up, and a little care using the uPNP option on the Xtreamer you should be watching BBC iPlayer content as you wish.  Just be careful to set the Tversity ‘file folder’ to a suitable location (ie \shares\videos on a Home Server) where there is plenty of space – also set Tversity file limit up from the 8GB default, and get all the files you need locally cached !

Have fun !

 

Some useful links :

Get Tversity Pro
Setting up Tversity Pro with for BBC iPlayer and your Xtreamer
Get a high capacity, high performance (dual core) Home Server
Get an Xtreamer

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