Miro is a free and open source internet TV application, media library, and video player with tons of great features and an easy interface.
If you want, you can switch from iTunes to Miro without making any types of copy or back up, you just have to point your Media folders and Miro will organize all your music, videos, podcast, etc.
Although we can convert any video, Miro is designed to sync your media library with your Android phones, iPod, iPhone, etc, converting unsupported videos formats into MP4s automatically.
Bottom line we can say that Miro is a simple, beautiful, unified way to download, organize, and watch videos and listen to music. And the best of all its totally free and a total expandable software with the potential of grown with the help of the Miro’s Community and the developers.
- Subscribe to Channels: Miro has a built-in Channel Guide, an open catalog of hundreds of free channels. Subscribe to any channel with a single click.
- Download from Channels: After you subscribe to a channel, pick videos to download individually or set the channel to automatically get new stuff as it comes out (like a Tivo).
- Watch Videos: Lean back and watch your new videos in full screen at your convenience. Miro plays lots of video formats.
- Auto-Download: Set your favorite channels to Auto-Download new videos as soon as they are available. You’ll always have something new to watch.
- RSS is everywhere: Miro can subscribe to any video RSS feed (video podcasts). Look for ‘Subscribe’ buttons on your favorite web sites.
- Seamless Bittorrent: Miro seamlessly integrates Bittorrent and doesn’t leech.
- Fullscreen: Lean back and watch fullscreen.
- New Items: A blue circle next to a channel means new videos are available for download. Green circles mean new videos are ready to watch.
- Manage Videos: My Collection lists all the videos you’ve downloaded and can be quickly searched.
[box type=”info”]Wiki info:
Official Website: http://www.getmiro.com/