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Sony Network Media Player for PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV Out

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8w ago - Following the release of PS Vita / PS TV Firmware Update 3.35, today Sony has released the Network Media Player for both PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV platforms with details below.

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To quote: Network Media Player App by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe

  • Compatible with PlayStation Vita and PlayStation TV.
  • Gameplay requires PlayStation Vita memory card (sold separately).
  • Use the Network Media Player app to access media servers over a network with your PlayStation Vita or PlayStation TV system.

With the Network Media Player app, you can use your PS Vita or PS TV system to view photos and stream music and videos from a media server located on your home network. You can also copy photos, music and video files from the media server to your system.

Important Notices:

  • Some media servers might not support this application.
  • Supports all PS Vita system languages.
  • Supported file formats – Photo: JPEG...

 

Sony Outlines PlayStation TV: The Ultimate PlayStation TV FAQ

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12w ago - Sony Product Planning & Platform Software Innovation Director Don Mesa outlined PlayStation TV today by introducing The Ultimate PlayStation TV FAQ below which includes DLNA support with a Network Media Player!

To quote: [Register or Login to view links]'s North American launch is set for next Tuesday, October 14, so we wanted to get the ball rolling by providing a comprehensive resource for all topics related to PS TV.

Though certain details are still being finalized, this FAQ will cover a range of topics about this sleek and compact new addition to the PlayStation family. Topics covered include everything from the system specs and benefits to accessories, PlayStation Plus features, the launch game lineup, differences from PS Vita, and much more.

Please leave your questions in the comments. We will continue to update this FAQ leading up to launch, integrating new answers and additional details as they are confirmed.

PlayStation TV System Details

How much does PS TV cost? When does it come out?

The PS TV system will retail for $99.99 (MSRP) for the standalone system in the United States (and CAD $99.99 [MSRP] in Canada) when it debuts on October 14, 2014 across North America. There will...
 

BiteYourPlayer v1.0 Beta PS4 Media Player HTML Mod is Released

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54w ago - Following up on How to Play Media Files on Your PS4 by $n!pR, today Italian PlayStation 4 developers BiteYourConsole have created BiteYourPlayer v1.0 Beta which is a PS4 Media Player HTML Mod with details below.

Download: [Register or Login to view links] (Http File Server v2.2f - no setup) / [Register or Login to view links] / [Register or Login to view links] (Mirror)

To quote, roughly translated: The new PlayStation 4 is equipped with a web browser from all over, maybe one of the fastest on a console from the living room, and so that BiteYourConsole jumped at the potential offered by a language such as HTML5.

With a speech of this magnitude we were able to make a simple but potential movie player in mp4 format (format commonly used for watching movies via smartphone and PlayStation Portable).

To run the application needs a Http Server, we have chosen HTTP File Server (HFS) that once started will allow us to be able to watch our video from any device connected to our Wi-Fi...
 

Showtime PS3 Media Player and MultiMAN PKG Updates Arrive

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54w ago - Following up on the previous updates, today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Andreas Oman updated the Showtime PS3 Media Player testing builds alongside some MultiMAN PS3 PKG updates by deank with details below.

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Quickstart to PS3 Plugin Development in Showtime by Facanferff

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57w ago - Following up on the previous update, today PlayStation 3 developer facanferff has made available a Quickstart to PS3 Plugin Development in Showtime with details below.

To quote: Since a long time ago, some users have requested me to write a tutorial so they could create their own Showtime plugins. This is an initial attempt to it, I hope you like. If I make some mistake, I'm sorry, I'm not a teacher.

Overview

Before we get our hands dirty, it’s important to explain some little things that might help you later in making your own plugins. Plugins for Showtime (also known as Apps) are exclusively written, at the moment, in Javascript. To bring plugins to life, Showtime uses a Javascript engine called Spidermonkey (as of now, Showtime uses Spidermonkey 1.8.0-rc1). To learn more about this engine, you may go to developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Projects/SpiderMonkey.

If you ever did web development, you may wonder if the Javascript API that work in normal web browser might work here, well, the answer is no. Due to this, you will not find things like DOM or AJAX in your toolbox, but you may and should use the basic Javascript.

In...
 
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