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PS3 Media Server is a DLNA compliant UPnP Media Server. Originally written to support the PlayStation 3, it has been expanded to support a range of other media renderers, including Xbox 360, various Samsung, Sony, Pioneer and Philips televisions, as well as portable devices and more. Written ... [More]
Libspe is used on the Cell Broadband Engine to access the Synergistic Processing Elements (SPEs). The Cell Broadband Engine is used on the Sony Playstation 3, on IBM Blade Server QS21 and a few other machines
This project is a bunch of python and shell scripts to automatize the process to watch videos (movies, series, etc...) using the PS3. Get the video -> Get the Subtitle -> Encode the video -> Update the Media Server (UPnP). Dependencies: Mencoder Cron PyCurl MP4Box
CTK (Cell Tool Kit) is a library which provides portable and basic C/C++ APIs for parallel programming on the Cell/B.E. Processor. CTK is intended to improve software development productivity on the Cell/B.E., and provide variety of 'almost mandatory' APIs for programming on the Cell/B.E. ... [More]
Any tutorial for converting HD MKV files to PS3 friendly MP4s that has been written has been criticised for being complicated. This criticism definitely holds true for the majority of users i.e. the command line can be quite overwhelming. Thus, this script is a graphical program implementing the ... [More]
This project contain various scripts to transcode Matroska (MKV) files to formats support by the PS3.
The PS3(tm)'s Sixaxis(tm) and Dual Shock 3(tm) controllers correctly report themselves as USB HID devices, but due to several quirks with the device themselves and Window's HID parser only the digital buttons are usable. The goal of this driver is to provide full support for the PS3's ... [More]
PPIV is a parallel software application used in Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) analysis. The software will compute the vector field for one image pair or multiple image pairs. PPIV can run on a single desktop machine or in a cluster environment.
A simple Cell Broadband Engine (CBBE) app used to calculate average temperatures in a Room (Relaxation algorithm). This was originally programmed for my Independent Study Course during Summer 2007 at the University of Utah CS department under Prof. Steven Parker. This page is here to hold two ... [More]
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