CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

TVersity

TVersity has a very easy-to-use graphical interface. Even better, it comes preprogrammed to grab content off the Internet and can send it to any device you'd like. As of now, TVersity will only work on PC machines.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
1
of 8

TVersity settings

Tweaking the settings inside TVersity will allow you to format your source material for any gadget or console you own.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
2
of 8

XBMC

XBMC also has a friendly interface, but it requires a bit more customization to function properly.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
3
of 8

XBMC and YouTube

With that customization comes the ability to use plug-ins such as the YouTube extension, which will pipe in content from the popular video hosting site.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
4
of 8

Playing videos on your PS3

When properly configured, videos being served to your PlayStation 3 will show up in the video section of the XMB.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
5
of 8

Playing videos on your Xbox 360

Once you've set up your TVersity or XBMC server, videos will automatically populate in the video section of the Xbox 360 dashboard.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
6
of 8

Locating the TVersity server

TVersity will show up just like any other source on your PlayStation 3. Once selected, you'll have access to all of the content you've selected on your PC.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
7
of 8

TVersity on Xbox 360

To your Xbox 360, the TVersity server will appear as any other source. This is the screen you should see if you've configured the program correctly.

Updated:Caption:Photo:Gamespot
8
of 8
Up Next

See the Sony PlayStation 4 Pro 500M Limited Edition