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I'm hitting brick walls it seems on finding any topics that pertain to streaming video and / or live display to a PlayStation 3. I am not sure if I'm just missing the correct terminology or if a solution simply doesn't exist.

My primary goal is to be able to stream videos to a PlayStation 3 similar to how Beamer works. A bonus would be to stream AirPlay. Are there any solutions for such scenarios?

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Just came looking to see if I could use Airplay, as it would be very convenient to be able to stream from any of my devices.

However, I have been using medialink for years, using my mac mini as a media server. It had some troubles when it first came out, but in recent years I've found it extremely reliable, quality is excellent for all definitions.

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Using airplay to stream music to your ps3 is not possible because airplay is a function that is only available on apple devices.

If you want to stream music to your os3, you will need a media server on your mac.

Most of the times I use vuse to stream my media to my ps3/4 or smart tv.

  • Interesting, but unfortunately Vuze has not worked for my situation. The primary issue is that the PS3 simply will not show up in Vuze and vice versa. Doesn't seem to be a firewall issue either, so I'm not sure what actually prevents it from being seen either way. – ylluminate Dec 24 '14 at 8:49
  • After a quick google search i came to this site: serviio.org, perhaps that is wat you need – Jules Dec 24 '14 at 8:52
  • funny thing is is that I tried that one and it just simply hung. Never could get it to work. I've tried Plex as well with not much success. Really hoped to get something a little more along the lines of Beamer as noted initially. – ylluminate Dec 24 '14 at 17:27
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    There are many non-Apple devices that can receive AirPlay signals. – samh Jul 8 '16 at 11:12
  • just get an old apple tv 2, you won't look back. makes streaming music and video a breeze from your iOS devices and from your MacOS. it is the best device i've bought in the past 2-3 years (we had 2 iOS devices and 1 Macbook at home). – mostruash Dec 29 '16 at 18:05

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