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PS3 Media Server 1.50.1 Build 61 Arrives for Windows and Linux


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157w ago - Following up on their previous release, this weekend the PS3 Media Server folks have released version 1.50.1 Beta 61 for Windows and Linux users.

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To quote from SubJunk on the PlayStation 3 Media Server v1.50.1 Build 61 changes:

This build functions as the bleeding-edge testing version of PMS. Here you can find features and bugfixes before they are added to the official version, and sometimes ones that never will be. Using this build is mostly a way for you to see the newest developments and to help us by providing feedback.

Changelog 1.50.1 Build 61:

  • Switched from using Git source back to SVN
  • Synchronised with official r1024 from r1014
  • Updated MediaInfo for Windows and OS X to 0.7.53 from 0.7.52
  • Updated MPlayer and MEncoder for OSX to SB22, in sync with the Windows version.
  • Updated MPlayer and MEncoder to SB22 (Changelog: MPlayer & MEncoder SB22 released Spirton)
  • Updated MPlayer and MEncoder for OSX to SB21, in sync with the Windows version.
  • Updated MPlayer and MEncoder to SB21 (Changelog: MPlayer & MEncoder SB21 released Spirton)
  • Updated MPlayer and MEncoder for OSX to SB20 (Changelog: MPlayer & MEncoder SB20 released Spirton)
  • Updated FFmpeg for OSX to 0.9.1
  • Increment year
  • Updated FFmpeg to r35509 from r31564
  • Try to fix tsMuxeR with newer FFmpeg versions based on FFmpeg #898 comment (ffmpeg.org/trac/ffmpeg/ticket/898)
  • Updated to latest versions of libraries (codec, jdom, logback and slf4j)

Thanks:

Shagrath for the main project.
Chocolateboy, lokkju, jscott, ExSport and idavies, in no particular order, for code contributions.
DPT, jpagie, mads and mazey for private testing.
Tianuchka for help with translations.
The dozens of users who provide feedback in order to let me know what needs to be improved.




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#43 - PSPSwampy - 189w ago
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Well, they've got some catching up to do to keep up with deank's multiMan release turn around speed, but here's the latest from the PS3 Media Server team: PS3 Media Server 1.24.0 is released

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Changelog:-
New icon on OS X
Added Bulgarian and Brazilian Portuguese translation (thanks to jordito and gelo)
Updated Polish, French, German and Portuguese translation
tsMuxeR handles mov files
Updated FFmpeg to r30172 from r28671
Updated JRE auto-dl
Forcing MEncoder via the TRANSCODE folder ignores tsMuxeR
Fixed support for renderers including Panasonic TVs
Improved RAR support
Updated libraries for OS X build
Lots of fixes to the OS X build process so now it works
Support for multi-language VOBsub subtitles
It's possible to remove hard drives from list if they are no longer connected (thanks, spots)

Download Links:

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Mac: (Still promising this is coming soon - check the main site for details [Register or Login to view links] !)

#42 - PSPSwampy - 192w ago
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Obviously no-one is developing on MAC as the announcement thread states that they need someone to build it.

Still - Windows and Linux users can hack on! Another day, another release! (wow, seems things have started moving a bit more over at PMS!) Anyway, check out release 1.23 changes:

Important note for Windows users: To retain your old settings you may have to copy your old config file/s to a new directory.

To find out where the new directory is on your computer, run the program and go to the Traces tab and look on the 14th line, the line that says “Profile directory:”, that is the folder your config files should be saved now.

Right now the Linux and Windows versions are available, with the OS X build coming soon (still having problems making it, sorry to everyone affected)

Changelog:

  • Fixed Windows service
  • Windows service now starts automatically with the computer
  • Sony Bravia Z5500 (and possibly others) work again
  • Fixed PS3 not being detected for some users
  • Support cellphone/smartphone (3gp) videos
  • Windows service is uninstalled with program
  • Detect Popcorn Hour and WDTV live more reliably
  • English, Russian and Dutch language updates

Download links:
Windows: [Register or Login to view links]
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Mac: Unavailable at the moment.

Or you can always get the "current" version from the main page: [Register or Login to view links]

#41 - PS3 News - 193w ago
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Yea, I just pull the links from here and that is all I see for Mac at the moment: [Register or Login to view links]

#40 - PSPSwampy - 193w ago
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For anyone who is using PS3 Media Server: PS3 Media Server 1.22.0 is released (posted above).

Looking at the release thread, it seems that a few people are saying that the latest PS3 firmware doesn't support PMS anymore either (worth bearing in mind if you're actually considering installing it!)

PS3NEWS - don't know if you want to put this on the front page - in particular the bit about the latest PS3 firmware not liking PS3 media server (including the latest version).

EDIT: Oops kinda missed the boat on the announcement there didn't i - still I think the bit about the latest PS3 firmware not liking it (maybe other DNLA servers too?) was worth mentioning!

Edit/double post 2: p.s. your link to the MAC download is the older build (1.20.409) - not that i care, just thought it worth pointing out

#39 - PS3 News - 194w ago
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Here is another update to PS3 Media Server (PMS) v1.22.0.

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Changelog:

  • Many file compatibility bugs fixed (particularly MKV, MP4 and DVD ISO)
  • Help tab improved
  • Improved alphabetical file sorting (old method is still there for those who liked it)
  • Language fixes and updates
  • Added custom profiles
  • Added new renderers: Sony HX7, Bravia NX8, Panasonic Viera range
  • Network traffic prioritised properly (thanks to bgm)
  • 48fps videos are now supported
  • Various other fixes

#38 - PSPSwampy - 198w ago
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Sorry again for the double post
(I only really write that so you can see this next bit is from a 2nd post! lol)

Ok, so i've taken some images of my settings in case they help anyone out - here they are:-
(Note i've only taken images of the main transcode engines - the others might as well be disabled in my case)

General Config:



Navigation/Share:-



Transcoding (Common):-



Transcoding (Video):-



Transcoding (Audio):-



Transcoding (Misc engines):-



(You might need to right click and "open image" to see them properly

Should also note that i run mine using the pms.bat file, which i modified to the following:-

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(Increasing the available memory by changing the -Xmx bit to: "-Xmx1536M")

Oh and as a side note - i've just noticed that they've updated to 1.21.1 today too! (Announcement link: [Register or Login to view links])

#37 - PSPSwampy - 198w ago
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That really doesn't sound right to me - you shouldn't actually be able to play the MP3's via the PS3's VIDEO menu. You should only be able to play them via the music menu - i know because this is the one thing that's always annoyed me about the XMB. Personally i think there should be a separate XMB menu (link network/game etc) for "Media servers" that just lists everything in one place and allows you to start MP3/Pictures or Video in the same place!

With regard to the search for "Media Servers" option (which BTW appears on Pictures,Music and Video in XMB) - you shouldn't actually need to do this manually - it should just show up a few seconds after you start up PSM on your PC. If it doesn't show up automatically, then there may be something wrong with your router/firewall or something(?).

#36 - SinnerShanky - 198w ago
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Yea i'm playing it through the video option.. The video menu has an option to search for media servers so i do that and then after identifying it lists the media server under the video category.. I'm able to browse through it to my laptop but the thing is that it only plays mp3 files while still browsing through the media server listed in the video category but doesnt play the mkv or avi files...

#35 - edwardecl - 198w ago
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What are people talking about this program not working?

I've tried this program on three different computers and a virtual machine (WinXP VM, Windows Vista, Windows 7 & Ubuntu Linux). And for streaming 1080p h.264 (MKV) it just simply works and uses very little CPU (was using my old 2ghz single core in linux) so obviously people here have not followed the instructions properly.

Now TVersity, that program really does run like crap and transcodes everything rather than just changing the container, and the interface makes me want to headbutt the desk. But each to their own.

The only problem I'm having with the Linux version of PS3MediaServer is not being able to transcode 24bit flac to 24bit lpcm (in a video stream), the Windows version works but not the Linux and that makes me sad.

#34 - PSPSwampy - 198w ago
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Please don't take this the wrong way, but you are trying to play the video's via VIDEO and not via MUSIC on your PS3 aren't you?!
(It will only play MP3's/music files via MUSIC, Avi's divx/xvid etc will only play if selected via VIDEO)

(I've been caught out myself by that - browsing through video clips while in the MUSIC menu!)

Re setup & configuration:

I run mine on an ACER REVO Nettop (not very powerful at all) - Generally i don't bother with the transcoding and almost everything plays (very well).
I haven't really bothered with the transcoding, but i've got everything set as per the DEFAULTS and when i do want to transcode on the fly it works (albeit it pretty badly on my machine)
So - my situation:
1. Install it
2. Run it
3. Add some media folders, hide the #transcode# folder, hide transcode engine names, hide media library folder - leave everything else as is.
4. Ensure firewall / router are correctly configured
5. Watch near HD quality tv shows on my PS3

(Don't get why people slate this so much - its a superb bit of software, my experience has been so much better with this that with TVersity)

Actually, i've just been fiddling with some of the transcode settings here and it's working flawlessly on my Acer Revo (running win7 with a windows rating of 3.3).

If anyone's interested in my settings, let me know and i'll post them for you maybe all you need is to tweak yours and it will work.

 

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