Pics of PlayStation’s P-TV service

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Promo trailers galore. That’s pretty much what you’ll see on the PlayStation 3’s video service, according to Engadget.

Known as P-TV, the Playstation 3’s new download service currently has nothing for sale as mentioned previously. What it does have, it has for free, however. There are a lot of promotional clips for movies and anime shows. All you have to do is use the console’s browser to get the free videos, and you can download them onto the PS3’s internal drive or a USB drive of your own.

Some nice notes though. The video is in H.264 format and currently has no digital rights management in place. If there’s a trailer for a new Japanese movie out, someone get it and put it on YouTube please. Engadget also notes that the PlayStation store offers account registration and payment method screens, and if you add the existing shopping cart interface there, you are pretty much assured that Sony will be having a full-fledged competitor to Microsoft‘s video download service soon.

At the very least, you’ll probably be able to download all of “Underworld: Evolution”. Enjoy the pics.

PTV in action. PTV in action. P-TV in action.

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The wonderful world of P-TV. - Image 1 The wonderful world of P-TV. - Image 2 

Promo trailers galore. That’s pretty much what you’ll see on the PlayStation 3’s video service, according to Engadget.

Known as P-TV, the Playstation 3’s new download service currently has nothing for sale as mentioned previously. What it does have, it has for free, however. There are a lot of promotional clips for movies and anime shows. All you have to do is use the console’s browser to get the free videos, and you can download them onto the PS3’s internal drive or a USB drive of your own.

Some nice notes though. The video is in H.264 format and currently has no digital rights management in place. If there’s a trailer for a new Japanese movie out, someone get it and put it on YouTube please. Engadget also notes that the PlayStation store offers account registration and payment method screens, and if you add the existing shopping cart interface there, you are pretty much assured that Sony will be having a full-fledged competitor to Microsoft‘s video download service soon.

At the very least, you’ll probably be able to download all of “Underworld: Evolution”. Enjoy the pics.

PTV in action. PTV in action. P-TV in action.
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