Help! I can’t find my license key for Tversity Pro. I know I got one when they were still handing out the software for free, but now that they are charging $29.99 for it, I can’t seem to find my license.
Sound like you? Well that was me Tuesday night after trying to copy a movie to my PS3, (Did I mention that it was a legally obtained movie?) and then deciding it was time to upgrade, I downloaded the latest version (1.8 pro). Needless to say I got stuck on the installation window that asked for my email address and password. I only had one of the two pieces of information readily available. The serial key on the other hand that had been emailed to me roughly a year ago was gone. Why would I have deleted that???
For those of you who are not familiar with Tversity, this will be of little use to you. You will have to shell out the $40 in order to experience the full effect. Of course you can still get the free version, but it wont have the premium streaming services (Hulu and Youtube etc.) available. In a nutshell, Tversity allows you to stream media (Movies,Music, and Pictures) from your PC or Laptop to your PS3/Xbox 360 etc. You can visit their site and download it.
Anyway, after scouring Google, and reading over countless forums, I remembered the good old methods to use, and started going through the files in the install directory. After about five minutes of searching and sifting, I finally found my serial key, and I’ll tell you how to do the same.
First, locate the directory that you have installed Tversity pro. In my case (version 1.6 pro) it was in C:/Program Files/Tversity/Media Server. In later versions it was in a hidden location: C:\ProgramData\TVersity\Media Server. Then open a file called profiles.xml. At this point you will want to scroll down to line 90 – 110, and look for an entry as follows:
In place of x’s, you will have your serial key. Copy it and there you go.
I hope this helps at least one person. If it does, feel free to drop me a line.
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