Miro Gives You Free Video From Lots Of Sources

Written by Alan Saturday, 11 December 2010 08:00

If you haven’t heard of Miro, and you’re into online video, then you may want to check it out.   Miro is like VLC Player, but it does even more.  Like VLC, Miro is free and open-source and it will play almost any of the vast variety of video formats that exist today – from WMV, Quicktime, XVID, AVI, and MPEG to the more obscure.

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But, unlike VLC it goes a few extra steps.  It also serves as a bit of a content provider.  It pulls in video from various free online resources such as network TV websites and HULU, it provides HD feeds whenever possible, and it even serves as a bittorrent client.

miro sites Miro Gives You Free Video From Lots Of SourcesThe sidebar provides a place for you to add and store sites (or feeds).  What you store there will be automatically downloaded so it’s ready to be watched anytime – no streaming.

Once you have downloaded and installed Miro you will be presented with the guide so you can begin browsing and adding content from networks and independent providers.  There’s really nothing more you need to do.  Just enable full-screen and enjoy your shows in the clear, beautiful interface.

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