The Sony PlayStation 3 is a versatile media machine. It can play high-definition video games and Blu-ray movies and function as an online media server. With DLNA support, the PS3 can connect to a media library such as Vuze and play music, movies and photos over your Internet connection. Once your PS3 is enabled for media server capability, Vuze will automatically detect it and all you have to do is add content.
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Things you need
- Internet connection
Turn on your PS3 and scroll to the "Settings" tab.
Scroll down and select "Network Settings."
Select "Media Server Connection" and set it to "Enabled."
Enable Media Server
Open Vuze on your computer.
Check the PS3 icon in the left panel. If it is red, then your PS3 is connected. If it is grey, your PS3 is not connected. Check that your PS3 is still powered on and connected to the same Internet connection that your computer uses.
Click on the "Library" tab to view your Vuze library. If you have not added content, import your media files by clicking "File" and selecting "Import."
Click on a media file and drag and drop it over the PS3 icon. The media file will then stream to your PS3.
Scroll to the media tab on your PS3 that corresponds with the file you are trying to play. For example, if you are trying to access a music file, scroll to the "Music" tab.
Select the Vuze icon on your PS3. All of the media files that you have added from your computer will show up and you will be able to play them.
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