Playback for Mac – Stream Any videos to PS3 from Mac/PC

Playback is a mac application that works as a media server for mac to share your media content with any Playstation 3, Xbox 360, or other UPnP compatible devices.

it is easily integrated with any media software like iTunes, iPhoto, Aperture, Adobe Lightroom 2 & 3, Photobooth, EyeTV, etc.. and share or stream all media content from this software.

Playback for Mac - Stream any content from Mac to any PS3 or XBOX 360

it also allows you to share or stream media stored in folders, even use complete disks directly from your Playstation 3 or Xbox 360.

Without any configuration, the user can easily share almost any content on your system.

Playback for Mac - Stream any content from Mac to any PS3 or XBOX 360

Playback for Mac - Stream any content from Mac to any PS3 or XBOX 360

Thanks to Playback’s built-in access control list (ACL) and bandwidth throttling, the user can easily manage their media, and only selected devices can access them.

Bandwidth throttling limits the transfer rate from your Mac to your UPnP devices so your network never gets overload or slowly operates and others on your network can still surf the web and check their email.

Playback for Mac - Stream any content from Mac to any PS3 or XBOX 360

Features of Playback for Mac

  1. Complete iLife integration
  2. Specially Optimized for all Hi-Definition (HD) media content.
  3. streamlined Design
  4. Unparalleled performance and stability
  5. Share movies, music, and pictures.
  6. Built-in support for HD MKV files.
  7. Complete control of shared content.
  8. Spotlight based searching.
  9. Quicklook based media thumbnails for all media.
  10. Bandwidth throttling and built-in access control list (ACL)
  11. Growl notifications.
  12. Status menu with live stream info.
  13. Compatible with Any Playstation 3, Xbox 360, or other UPnP based devices.

Download: Playback for Mac

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