It is no doubt that internet based devices are fast replacing the conventional TV sets. Miro Internet TV is a cross platform application for Windows, Mac and Linux based operating systems which allows to add, organize and stream videos from RSS feeds (including Torrent feeds), as well as download videos from YouTube, Hulu, Vodo, Vimeo etc. Miro also provides its own HD downloads periodically. Other than the option of being able to download video and audio content, users can also stream videos within the Miro application. It can download individual BitTorrent files from a feed and save watched videos for a certain period of time. Miro Internet TV, by default, has video feeds from Vodo, Global Pulse, Wildlife Highlights, as well as audio feeds from The American Life. Additionally, it contains links from Legal Torrents and Miro Guide (audio and video guide).
To add more websites, feeds, or perform a new feed search, go to the Sidebar menu and select the desired option.
New websites and RSS feeds can be added simply by entering the relevant URL after selecting the appropriate option from the Sidebar menu.
You can stream and download content from the added websites and RSS feeds (both audio and video). This provides a unique customization by which one can add feeds from websites such as Hulu in order to keep track of and watch television shows, music videos, and movies (where legally available). All watched videos are kept saved for a set amount of time after which they are automatically deleted. These settings can be changed from Preferences.
Miro Internet TV supports
- Windows XP
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7
- Mac OSX 10.5+
- Linux based operating systems, including Ubuntu.