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PS3 Media Server

by shagrath

WARNING : This project may still work, but is not maintained since 2016.

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PS3 Media Server is a cross-platform DLNA-compliant UPnP Media Server. Originally written to support the PlayStation 3, PS3 Media Server has been expanded to support a range of other media renderers, including smartphones, TVs, music players and more.



Thanks to:

  • Redlum
  • tcox
  • SubJunk
  • taconaut
  • tomeko
  • lightglitch
  • chocolateboy
  • ditlew
  • Raptor399
  • renszarv
  • happy.neko

for major code contributions.

Thanks to:

  • meskibob
  • otmanix

for documentation and contributions to the community.

  • boblinds and snoots for the network test cases :)
  • sarraken, bleuecinephile, bd.azerty, fabounnet for the support and feedback
  • smo for the Jenkins server

See the CHANGELOG for more thanks.


The download site has the latest releases of PS3 Media Server for Windows and Mac OS X as well as tarballs for Linux/Unix and debs for manual installation on Debian/Ubuntu.

For Debian and Ubuntu packages, see here.

For instructions on installing and running PMS from a tarball, see INSTALL.txt.


PMS can be built using the following commands:

git clone git://
cd ps3mediaserver
mvn com.savage7.maven.plugins:maven-external-dependency-plugin:resolve-external
mvn com.savage7.maven.plugins:maven-external-dependency-plugin:install-external
mvn package

See for detailed information on setting up a PMS build environment.


If you plan to commit source code, be sure to configure git to deal properly with cross platform line endings.

On Mac OS X and Linux:

git config --global core.autocrlf input

On Windows:

git config --global core.autocrlf true

For more information, see

See for detailed information on setting up a PMS development environment.


Copyright 2009-2013 shagrath.

PS3 Media Server is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.