Tversity is free and I wonder if you are downloading some crippled version.
PC Share was supplied by Samsung freely so again the comment about paying makes me wonder if something basic is amiss.
Got a new BDP C6500 and frankly my main goal was to use it as a media streamer. Now i think I should have checked this forum and others before buying it
Question: how do you get PC streaming to work consistently on C6500?
All the apps like facebook, vudu, netflix work fine so no complaints there, i suppose. However, i have two laptops with Windows7 and WinXP and i have tried:
WinXP: Tversity, Mezzmo, playon, PC Share
Win7: Windows media Server, Tversity, PC Share
All software are trial version. i didn't buy any of them because none of them are working for me so far. Win firewalls are disabled on both laptops.
The C6500 doesn't 'see' or detect anything consistently. Some magic combination of rebooting laptop, C6500, running network test etc. seems to intermittently get Mezzmo on winXP working or win media server and PC share on win7 working. When they DO detect each other, i can run mp3's and just mpeg video but cannot run any of my camera video files, Internet streamed video or pictures.
I do see that some of you have had much better luck with running this player so i am willing to admit if iam making any mistakes here. Any suggestions are welcome. Also, if there is yet another media software that has shown better results with C6500 then please let me know and I would give it a try.