Miro 3 is released! For starters, Miro is widely popular open source internet television application. Miro can automatically download videos from RSS-based channels, manage them and play them. Miro integrates an RSS aggregator, a BitTorrent client (based on libtorrent), and a media player.
- Subtitles: If subtitles are embedded or in the same folder as your video, they will be available automatically in a new drop-down menu. Or pick any subtitle file.
- Even Faster: Miro is faster and snappier in all sorts of ways from downloading torrents to deleting lots of files.
- Louder: The maximum volume for videos is now at least twice as high. Really nice for laptops.
- Release notes here.
- Now, let's see how to install Miro 3 in Ubuntu.
Add Miro Repo First
- Goto System - Administration - Software Sources and select Other Software tab. Now, click the Add button.
- Now, depending on the version of Ubuntu you use, copy-paste the following line.
For Ubuntu Karmic 9.10
deb http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/pculture.org/miro/linux/repositories/ubuntu karmic/
For Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04
deb http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/pculture.org/miro/linux/repositories/ubuntu jaunty/
- Done. Save and exit and click Reload when prompted.
Now, Install Miro 3 in Ubuntu
- Open Terminal(Applications - Accessories - Terminal) and copy paste the following lines.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install miro
- OR simply goto Synaptic Package Manager(System - Administration - Synaptic Package Manager) and search for the package Miro.