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Vuze now converts and transfers to iTunes, PS3, Xbox

updated 04:45 pm EDT, Mon March 23, 2009

Vuze update

Vuze has released an update to its BitTorrent client and media player. Version 4.2 can now be used to automatically convert videos to formats required for the iPhone, iPods, Apple TV, PS3 and Xbox 360. iTunes, PS3 and Xbox 360 are each auto-detected, showing up under a list of devices in a new sidebar. Video files can then be dragged and dropped from the library or desktop and onto the appropriate device.

To transfer videos to Apple devices, Vuze will automatically push the converted into the iTunes library. For the PS3 and Xbox 360, users must connect the game consoles and the software streams the videos directly from a PC or Mac computer.

Vuze 4.2 is compatible with Mac and PC systems and can be downloaded directly from the company for free.





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  1. Salty

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Sweet!

    Sweet, this is the last thing keeping me from getting an Apple TV for my parents

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    doubt it

    So your parents are good enough with computers to find torrents and download them, but can't figure out what to do with the files?

    And you could just buy an AppleTV, hack it to allow more video formats, and just be done with it.


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