Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
For a video file to be played, the device you're playing it on must have the proper codecs for playback.
With computers you can add codecs as you need them; unfortunately, on consoles the codecs that are supplied are typically your only choices.
Here's a list of PS3 supported video formats.
Here's a list of Xbox 360 supported video formats. (Scroll to A10 under the More Information tab)
Here's a list of PSP supported video formats.
Fortunately, you can work around the supported format limitation by streaming your media to your console from your computer. Here's some streaming software:
PS3 Media Server (my personal favorite, also works on Xbox 360 despite it's name!) for PC
TVersity for PC
MediaLink for Mac
Hope this helped!
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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