Connect mac to xbox 360 rivet
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It will scan your iTunes and iPhoto libraries and. Aug 20, I have been trying to stream to my XBOX and the music constantly stops halfway through the song and I end up having to skip to the next. Jul 14, I really felt that ALEX was thinking about my problem. I spent some time gathering the info, sent it back, and nothing. Not a peep for more than three months.
Again, it worked great for a year, then nothing.
Reinstall does not help. Just bought Rivet and I have to say that its really amazing!!
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Must own app if you have a mac and Well worth the mula. Take Rivet over connect any day. I thought that was very limiting in Connect I am really glad I found your article before buying Connect I had used it as a trial in the past and was about to purchase it.
Store, browse, display and manage your media files on Xbox 360 and PS3.
Went with Rivet instead. I got Connect and everything installed fine but for some reason even though the xbox sees the mac, and vise versa, and I have converted my files to. Any idea of what I might have done wrong? There are three key differences making me switch. The preservation of the folder structure, like the article says, is a HUGE difference-maker; making me navigate a flat list of files is just ridiculous.
I really like Connect C worked fine for years has it been that long until one day it started crashing approximately 90 seconds after startup. Another satisfied Connect owner here. LOVE it.
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But it can be a system resource hog. Obviously a P. I just stared using Rivet and it seems to work perfectly. No complaints! I do like having the folder structure replicated.