TVersity

My colleague Dan shared TVersity – he’s been using it for a couple of years. TVersity is a media server where you manage your media files (video, music and photos), so that they can be available to other IP devices on the home network.

Dan gives a good overview of it on his blog and explains how to set it up with Wii.

The software is free to download.

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One response to “TVersity

  1. thanks for the plug Carol! I love TVersity, and support the work these guys have done on so many levels.

    I think its greatest asset for me is that it can subscribe to video and audio RSS of my favorite podcasts, and creates a “channel” around that media generally playable on your home entertainment system. Instead of sitting down to reruns of 1970s TV, I can watch and listen to current events and great minds in education, as well as things for enjoyment and entertainment.

    Since the media is on-demand, generally commercial free, and often interactive in that it tends to be “short” and easy to skip around in – I find I’m more engaged than just “sitting there.”

    I hope you enjoy it as well!

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