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Download of the Day: XBMC Media Center 11.0 RC 1

XBMC is an award winning media center application for Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and XBox.

| Software News | Posted: Mar 2, 2012 12:30 pm

Our Download of the Day is XBMC Media Center 11.0 RC 1.

 

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XBMC is an award winning media center application for Linux, Mac OS X, Windows and XBox. The ultimate hub for all your media, XBMC is easy to use, looks slick, and has a large helpful community. Try it now!

 

Media Management

XBMC supports viewing and playing a vast library of audio, video and image formats. XBMC has a sophisticated library management system that allows you to organize all your media to give you quick and immediate access.

 

Fluid Interface

XBMC provides a user friendly interface that's intuitive, very flexible, and easy to use. The interface is completely customizable through user-created or downloadable skins.

 

Plug-ins and Extensibility

XBMC has a built-in Python interpreter that allows users and developers to write their own scripts and plugins that run inside XBMC using it's own widgets and controls. It also has a built-in web server that allows it to be controlled remotely.

 

Visualisations

XBMC's audio player supports many visualisations including ProjectM and Goom. In addition, it allows easy development of visualisations using a simple API.

 

You can download XBMC Media Center 11.0 RC 1, here.

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