Thursday, November 19, 2009

Miro Video Player - Create Your Own Internet TV

For those of us that create and make use of web video it is a challenge to keep up with the variety of ways your can view the ever growing amount of content. The thing is, you constantly have to remember to go to a specific destination like Hulu or YouTube or a videoblog.

Or do you? Me thinks not. You can use the Miro Media Player to view videos from multiple sources. You can subscribe to a particular video online and have new episodes delivered to your media player using an RSS feed.

You can run Miro on Linux, Macintosh or Windows XP and above computers.

What Is In It For You?
  • You can view videos in a variety of formats such as MPEG, MP4, MOV, H264, Flash, Xvid, AVI, depending on the version of your operating system.
  • It is free/open source specifically designed for users to decide what they want to view.
  • You can construct your own Internet television play lists from a variety of sources.
  • You can view high definition content in Miro.
If you are curious check out the using Miro page to get a better understanding of what Miro can do you for. You can also watch or download a demonstration video or just try it out. There are download options for Linux Ubuntu and other distributions, MacOS X and Windows XP and above.

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