Miro 4.0 Stable for Linux: Option to search and download videos from YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Blogdigger, and other similar sites
Miro 4.0 Stable for Linux - formerly known as Democracy Player - player with the ability to view Internet TV and the option to search and download videos from YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Blogdigger, and other similar sites. Miro 4.0 Stable for Linux is capable of playing almost any video format - Playing any type of video file, which includes DivX, Xvid, QuickTime, WMV, AVI. Supports optional subscription to any RSS feed containing the videos, as well as podcasts or videoblogs. It is possible to download for viewing videos from YouTube, Google Video, Yahoo Video, Blogdigger, and other similar sites (download files from la collection protocol HTTP, RSS, BitTorrent).
There is an option SEARCH, and if desired, you can save the search term with the more effective, then to automatically - at least the appearance - to receive the needed video. Besides all this, Miro is also a good tool for organizing and organization on your hard disk video files to the collection.
Internet is a mine in terms of available video sources, either through live TV channels, such services or the popular Youtube video podcast RSS. All this is within our reach, provided you know where and how.
Where? Or you subscribe to video podcast you are interested in, from the author's website, or you just go with the video channel guide that offers Miro 4.0 Stable for Linux, formerly known as Democracy player.
How? You subscribe to the desired channels and synchronize Miro 4.0 Stable for Linux to download videos automatically, if the channels are updated. Enjoy the videos at the right time and full-screen, thanks to its pleasant environment and functional navigation.
Miro 4.0 Stable for Linux (10.08 MB)