Started by sickk, 20 March 2014, 13:20:55
QuoteXBMC is a free and open source media player developed by the XBMC Foundation, a non-profit technology consortium. XBMC is available for multiple operating systems and hardware platforms, with a software 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, such as podcasts from the internet, and all common digital media files from local and network storage media.It is a popular alternative to Windows Media Center for HTPC (Home Theater PC) use. XBMC is highly customizable: a variety of skins can change its appearance, and various plug-ins allow users to access online content on services such as YouTube, Spotify, Grooveshark and Pandora Radio. Versions from 12.0 (codename "Frodo") have a PVR (Personal Video Recorder) GUI frontend for live TV with Electronic Program Guide (EPG) and high-definition digital video recorder (DVR or PVR) support.The software was originally produced as a media center application named "Xbox Media Center" for the original Xbox game console, and was later made available under the name "XBMC" as a native application for Android, Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, iOS, and Microsoft Windows operating systems. It is also available as a standalone version referred to as XBMCbuntu.Because of its open source and cross-platform nature, with its core code written in C++ (ANSI standard), modified versions of XBMC together with a JeOS have been used as a software appliance suite in a variety of devices including smart TVs, set-top boxes, digital signage, hotel television systems, and network connected media players. Derivative applications such as MediaPortal, Plex, ToFu, and Voddler have been spun-off from XBMC. Some of them, such as Boxee, have been certified by the XBMC Foundation and developers and are designated as "Powered by XBMC" or "''Designed for XBMC".
Quote from: Effedieffe on 22 March 2014, 13:51:47Figo! E c'é anche l'applicazione Android che fa da telecomando ... ma quella cosa che faceva anche i Popcorn qual'era?