[permaculture] Miro - free, open source internet tv and video player

Lawrence F. London, Jr. lflj at intrex.net
Wed Jan 14 07:11:30 EST 2009


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miro
Free and open-source, because open media matters.

Miro 1.2 - Turn your computer into an internet TV.
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Download Miro to watch free internet video channels and play any video file.
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       Play Any Video File

       imagePlay virtually any type of video file - Quicktime, WMV, MPEG, AVI, XVID, and more. Browse your collection, 
make playlists, stay organized.
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       More HD than Anyone

       imageYour computer screen is a high-definition display. Miro gives you access to more free HD content than any 
other video player. Sit back and watch gorgeous HD video fullscreen.
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       Thousands of Channels

       imageSubscribe to any video RSS feed, podcast, or video blog. Explore and subscribe to over 2,500 free channels 
with the built-in Miro Guide. New channels added daily.
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       Save YouTube Videos

       imageDownload and save videos from YouTube, Google Video, Dailymotion, and more. You can even save a search term 
and automatically get new videos as they are posted.
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       BitTorrent Made Easy

       imageDownload any BitTorrent file, fast. Then watch that video in the same application. It's the easiest way to 
use BitTorrent.
     * Download Miro - FreeMiro 1.2.8 - Windows

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