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UPnP and PS3 problems


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So, I've tried two different UPnP programs for mac and they didn't work out that well. My PS3 can read and play the audio fine but it has trouble with the video. I just got a new linksys wireless N router, so i dont think that is the problem. I was just wondering if its the mac's that don't work well with streaming video to the PS3 or if its the PS3 thats not very good. ORRR is it the UPnP sofware, i used eyeconnect and something from nullriver
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