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23 Dec 2008
Posted in Mac, Video

Beautiful Mac mini concept

This Mac mini concept from Victor Anselme‘s Apple Addicted blog looks fantastic. Now that an impending Mac mini update is more that just a rumor, I am really wondering how it’s gonna look. It will definitely follow the new design language that started with the iMac and followed by the […]

18 Sep 2008
Posted in Audio, Mac, Software, Video, Windows

FLOSS Media Center Comparison Paper

The Telematics Freedom Foundation has just released their Media Center Comparison paper, where they compared the 10 most prominent FLOSS (for Free/Libre/Open Source Software) Media Center Projects. The projects compared were XBMC, MythTV, Boxee, Elisa, Neuros OSD, Freevo, My Media System, Entertainer, CenterStage+Plex and MediaPortal. The 20 page paper might […]

10 Aug 2008
Posted in Audio, Hardware, Mac, Music, Video

Plex (OSXBMC) with MediaStream skin demo

This new skin was released for XBMC a couple days ago. MediaStream by Team Razorfish is a community effort that has been going on since October 2007. It’s is a very polished piece of work as you can see in the video and need nearly no configuration and tinkering to […]

17 Jul 2008
Posted in Audio, Hardware, Mac, Music, Video

Plex (OSXBMC) with Aeon skin demo

Plex is an indie fork of the popular Xbox Media Center for OS X Leopard. Aeon is an outstanding skin in alpha stages for XBMC. You might have heard about both of them and you might have also seen many galleries and screenshots. Well, I’ve got a video demo. And […]

18 Jan 2008
Posted in Mac, Video

Leopard Front Row subtitle blackout

Leopard’s new Front Row look great and acts great and all, but there is a very crucial problem with it. If you have Perian, which is an open source QuickTime component that adds native support for popular video formats suchs as DivX and Xvid, installed on your system; you used […]