What's new in MediaCentral 2?
Read about MediaCentral's stunning new features. It includes a lot of great functions which really elevate your media experiences.
Have you just seen a great new movie that, you know, a friend would truly enjoy? Give them a call and let them know - all that from within MediaCentral. The seamlessly integrated Skype feature makes it possible: You can easily view all of your buddies and even place and accept calls from within MediaCentral. As your buddies change their status it will be displayed as well. All of your friends will be shown - including the invisible ones - making it easier for you to get in-touch with them.
MediaCentral supports a variety of online TV Streams from all corners of the globe. It comes with plenty of pre-loaded IP TV stations from almost everywhere.
equinux will deliver fresh content to your Mac. New movie trailers, wallpapers, radio and TV stations will keep your MediaCentral up to date. Depending on your preferred language, you'll get updated with German or English content. Nicht schlecht, was?
After scouring the web for great video clips, we have incorporated many of the most popular media clips from YouTube and many others. Just open up MediaCentral and browse through the videos. And don't worry: The lists are automatically updated so you won't miss a clip!
Did you ever want the games section to be on top of the menu list? You don't need the radio feature? No problem - you can now easily activate and deactivate MediaCentral's menu items and even rearrange their order. Customization at its best.
MediaCentral has been enhanced to provide you with more information about its content. An active Onscreen display (OSD) - which can be displayed or hidden with a single keystroke ("i") - displays content-related background information. It's easy to handle and extremely useful, especially when watching movie trailers or IP TV. Very convenient: MediaCentral shows all EPG information for the current program too.
Build your own media library with "My MediaCentral". Just add your favorite pictures, songs, movies, flash games or animations and TV streams to give your digital theater a personal touch.
MediaCentral supports three window sizes in addition to the full-screen mode. A menu bar and hot-keys have been integrated to make changing between the small, medium, large and full-screen modes even easier.
DVB-T is a terrestrial wireless television standard that is taking Europe, Asia and Africa by storm. MediaCentral has been designed to function with a variety of small, portable DVB-T USB adapters. Have a look at the DVB-T devices compatible with MediaCentral.
For those using a supported DVB-T device, MediaCentral offers you an electronic program guide (EPG). Know exactly what's on, what will be on and even get the latest program information. MediaCentral's TV category has you covered.
Use MediaCentral's TV Engine to easily access TubeStick hybrid and automatically get all available channels within MediaCentral: The stylish TV receiver switches fast and simple through the program and it opens doors that were previously blocked for Mac-users.
Access your favorite iTunes videocasts from MediaCentral's movie menu. Whatever you're into - cartoons, technology, medicine, or anything else for that matter, you now have complete access to all your saved videocasts directly from MediaCentral.
MediaCentral now supports external Windows Media plug-ins. Simply install the plug-in and MediaCentral will use it.
If you view a Movie Trailer that requires you to wait as the trailer loads, MediaCentral will present a brief plot description of the film to keep you entertained while you wait.
Whether they are stored locally or in your network - VIDEO_TS folders can be easily linked into MediaCentral. Since VIDEO_TS are essentially backups of DVDs, you will find these films in MediaCentral's DVD menu.
Play, Pause, Skip, Rewind or even adjust the playback speed of any DVD or VIDEO_TS files you are viewing. MediaCentral makes it easy to slow things down or really speed up your movies playback - from 1/8 to to 32 times the original playback speed.
Even if you quit MediaCentral and turn off your Mac, MediaCentral will remember where you left off in that exciting DVD. So if it's time to go to work, school or just a short bathroom break - MediaCentral has got you covered.
Play your all-time classic arcade and action games in full-screen resolution within MediaCentral. Control your game with all supported remotes from Apple Remote to ATI Remote Wonder.
MediaCentral offers a wide range of radio stations. From Jazz to Rock, Funk to Hip Hop, you're sure to find something to match your taste. Now everyone can find the perfect station to match their style and mood.
MediaCentral's online content function gives you access to some of the greatest music videos. From Alicia Keys to Warren Zevon, MediaCentral has you covered. You can also expect this list to grow just like all of MediaCentral's online content. So sit down, tune into the "Music" category and enjoy.
Haven't you always wanted to listen to your favorite tracks while enjoying pictures from your latest holidays? MediaCentral makes it possible.
Enjoy the web from its most beautiful perspective. MediaCentral offers a wide range of high-quality online picture feeds which get updated constantly. We're sure that some will match your interests.
MediaCentral is fully compatible with selected DVB-T receivers and remote controls. Use these devices to elevate your media enjoyment. Please follow this link to view a list of compatible devices.
All your favorite media content can - of course - be stored directly on your Mac. You don't have enough free space? No problem: Just go ahead and create a media repository on a network server and put an alias in your "My MediaCentral" folder that refers to the content. MediaCentral will recognize the aliases and play the files - wherever they are stored.
MediaCentral is a truly multi-talented application: Enter any disc containing pictures, videos and music to have it automatically analyzed. The content will be displayed in the appropriate categories. Isn't that intuitive?