I found a guide on how to get PS3 Media Server working on PPC. It had some info about compiling and and replacing ffmpeg and mplayer. So, i tried to install mplayer and ffmpeg with MacPorts and replacing the included files. Didn't work, got some error about mencoder. So, tried to replace mencoder too, and then things worked. Soo...if u want to stream movies from your PPC to PS3 (G5 recommended) first, download this version of PS3MS: https://ps3mediaserver.googlecode.com/files/pms-macosx-1.10.5.dmg Then download "Replace files.zip" (my mencoder, ffmpeg and mplayer files) from here: http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=50208726259341949491 Unpack "Replace files.zip" somewhere. Mount and copy the PS3 Media Server application to Applications folder. Then right click on it and navigate to Content > Resources > Java > osx, and replace the three files (ffmpeg, mencoder and mplayer) with the files that I made. Report if it works for u. (If it doesn't, I guess u have to install mplayer and ffmpeg with MacPort as I did and then copy the files from /opt/local/bin. But it took a while on my G5...) When it comes to settings, I'm using (on the Transcode Settings tab) 50.0 on buffer, 576 audiobitrate and I need to have mp4 and mp4v on "Force transcode". Have to experiment some more with the settings I think cause sometimes I'm getting stutter. Btw, I just installed mediatomb. Don't know if it's possible to use that for streaming, think so. If I get it working i'll report back. Extra: Btw, I need to have my OSX firewall set to "Allow all incoming connections" or "Set access for specific services and application" and then allow the application access, otherwise it doesn't work. Add: I installed mediatomb with MacPorts. Mediatomb starts and the PS3 can find it. Tried to add my movie folder with the browser interface, but after a while i'm getting that the server can't be found. And, I can't find any folders inside my movie folder. Plus, when i'm adding my Movie folder it adds /Users/*name*/Music/iTunes and so on too, onto the "PC directory".