wireless) - enabling this option has the effect of causing even natively supported media files to be transcoded when their bitrate is higher than the network limit, which will decrease quality, so don't select this option unless you have a slow network.A wired connection should be fast enough for most video, even HD video, while Wireless N is recommended for HD video.Maximum Video and Image Resolution: These settings allow you to specify the maximum resolution video that TVersity will transcode to (if your video has a higher resolution, it will be converted to this maximum resolution - if your video has a lower resolution, the lower resolution will be used).
Home Network: You can specify the port that TVersity will use (if you change the port settings, don't forget to change your firewall settings to match it), and also specify the IP address you wish to share content with (or leave it blank to allow sharing from all devices on the network).
This option is best left alone for now, we'll get back to it if UPn P didn't work.
Media Library Refresh: This allows you tell TVersity when it should scan the media folders that we will add to TVersity later on for changes.
Start the TVersity graphical user interface (if it isn't already started) by double clicking on the tray icon.
Click on the "Settings" button at the top and we'll now configure TVersity.
In the "General" settings section, you can set the following options: Media Playback Device: Set this to "Auto" or you can manually select the device you are connecting from (like "Sony Playstation 3" or "Xbox 360"), but this is only recommended if you only connect one type of device to this TVersity enabled computer.Media Sharing Service: This is where you start, stop or restart the sharing service - if it is not started yet, you can click on the "Start Sharing" button to start it.You can always manually get TVersity to scan the shared folders to index the newly added files, but this option adds an automated task.You can specify when the first update occurs during the day, and then the duration between each subsequent updates. Set this to "Only when needed" - TVersity will scan the media file, see which device is trying to play it, and then if the device doesn't support the file natively, it will transcode it to a format that the device can play.Transcoding should be avoided unless absolutely necessary, to maintain quality and performance.You don't need to enable the "Decrease the bitrate ..." option unless your network connection from the computer to your device is limited (eg.