Miro is a great cross-platform application for viewing high definition video podcasts and even publishing your own video content. This month, Miro announced the release of a significant update to their app which adds some interesting features and tweaks, including built-in video conversion for a lot of popular devices.
Let’s take a look at what’s included inside Miro 3.5.
What Is Miro?
If this is the first time you’re hearing of Miro, check out this short video to see what it’s all about:
Now let’s see what’s different in Miro’s new release. As stated on the Miro Internet TV Blog:
- Conversions: In Miro 3.5, you can easily convert media to Apple, Android, and other devices.
- Batch processing: Convert multiple files at once to save time.
- Improved Library Management: Improvements in tab display, item views, and queued download handling.
- Better HTTP Performance: Miro switched to using libcurl for HTTP downloading which is less CPU-intensive and works faster.
- Subtitle Improvement: New display preferences let you specify font style (Windows) and encoding (Windows, GNU/Linux) to improve the display of subtitles.
- Tweaks and Bug Fixes: Faster torrent restarting, proxy authentication, improved database handling, and much more.
Needless to say, this is a significant overhaul of what was already a pretty impressive video application. With this announcement, now you can download your favorite podcasts/internet shows and convert them to your portable devices to watch them while you’re on the go.
What do you think of the update? Do you use Miro?
Source: Miro Internet TV Blog