That brings us to the conclusion of our guide on playing DivX and Xvid content and whatever other content on your Xbox 360 console that wasn't supported before. Keep in mind that TVersity also works with other devices such as Digital Media Players but this guide was only designed to help you setting up everything for the 360 console.
The folks over at TVersity have created a kick-ass piece of software that works well, even under Windows Vista, which is not even officially supported yet. It is amazing to think that the software is FREE; personally I would pay money for this software. If you think they've done a good job, you can give them a donation, which I will be doing shortly as a sign of appreciation.
If you are having any problems, we suggest that you visit the TVersity support page. They also have an extensive FAQ which should answer many of your questions. Please don't email us with questions as we are unable to offer technical support.
Hopefully everything went as planned and you're relaxing in your lounge room streaming non-supported official content to your Xbox 360. I'm about to go and relax and put a DivX movie on the console - have fun!
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