PlayOn is a software program that runs on your Windows PC, giving you access to a wide range of Internet content on your TV — Hulu, Netflix, YouTube, Amazon VOD, and many others
To enjoy PlayOn, you need a networked PC, and a WiiIn BETA, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Moxi HD DVR, Netgear Digital Entertainer Live, or another supported device. PlayOn also enables you to stream your personal videos, photos and music from your PC to your Home Entertainment Center. It takes less than 3 minutes to set up.
Features and Changes:
- Fixed .NET 3.5 dependency error (SP1 no longer required).
- Fixed issue with error message handling in PlayOn Settings.
- Some PCs may erroneously designate the PlayOn virtual audio driver as primary, requiring the user to manually reset which audio device should be the default through the PC Sound properties panel.
- My Media (Beta) currently supports limited audio and video codecs.
- iTunes M4A music files won’t play correctly to Xbox 360.
- Wii interface not optimized for SDTV’s (4:3).
- TVs with overscan may crop video borders.
- Videos are missing in the total counts for CBS (100 maximum).
- YouTube subscriptions and playlists are limited to 50 videos.
- YouTube videos with advertisements not currently supported.