After releasing firmware 3.35 for the Vita and Vita TV. Today, Sony has released the Network Media Player for the PS Vita and Vita TV.

Sony Network Media Player for your PS Vita and Vita TV now available




The Network media Player app lets your PS Vita and Vita TV connect to any of your media servers located in your home network. Using this app will let you access photos, stream music and watch movies using your PS Vita and Vita TV connected to your media server. The app also allows you to copy your photos, music and video files and save it in your PS Vita or PS TV.


Here are the Network media Player supported formats:

For Photos:

  • JPEG


  • Music:

  • MP3 (MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer-3)
  • MP4 (MPEG-4 AAC)
  • WAVE (Linear PCM


  • For Video:

  • H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Baseline/Main/High Profile Level4.0 Max Reso 1920×1080/30p
  • AAC (Sampling Frequency 32kHz/44.1kHz/48kHz)



  • Obviously the format support is limited but we’ll see if any updates are made that will include support for other popular video formats like .avi, .flv, .mkv, and others.


    Notes:
    The App supports all PS Vita system languages.
    Some servers may not support this application.

    You can download the Sony Network Media Player via the PSN store on your devices.

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