A Complete Xbox 360 Media Player ‘Ecosystem’ Guide (Teaser)Written by The Average Windows Nerd on October 13, 2009 · Filed under Games, How To, Tech
Stream everything. Play anything. Hundreds of HD movies. Thousands of songs. No DVDs, no DRM, no getting up from the sofa. No need for your PC to even be on and above all, no fruit.
For a simple, straightforward process for everyone to accomplish this and so much more with reliable ease, The Average Windows Nerd presents “Xbox 360 – A Complete Ecosystem Guide”, a practical and detailed step by step guide to making your Xbox 360 the media hub of your Windows 7 – networked Home, just like I did for “how to play iTunes H264 movie files on the Xbox 360“.
From “fit for purpose” and practical network infrastructure planning, to encoding, sharing, streaming and safely storing massive amounts of data, understanding the Media Center Extender technology and Homegroup relationships, I’ll tell you exactly how to do it in Windows 7 without spending a bean on extra software. You’ll even be able to play iPod files. (or as you’ll learn to call them, just “files”).
“Any-in, every-out” is just the beginning.
If you’re going to be playing on a new Xbox 360 this Christmas, don’t miss my essential guide to turning it in to a powerful front-end to your digital home.
Coming Winter 2009, only on Zath!