One common question that I get from my readers is how to get the Blu-ray movie playback working on their media center PC. So, I decided to go deeper in this subject by testing with three operating systems (Windows, Mac OSX and Linux) to find out how easy it is to get Blu-ray movie playback working with the popular media center software.
In this practical guide, I will give you 10 actions that you can do today to improve your media center experience. You will learn how to improve the speed of your media center and also some tips to make your user interface more personalized.
In this article, I will share some of my thoughts on what makes a truly user friendly media experience and offer some practical tips on how you can get the rest of the family to use your HTPC, too.
When it comes to watching videos, there are a lot of different media players to choose from. Windows 7 Media Center is one of the most popular, but how does it stack up against the other players out there? This review covers the pros and cons of Windows 7 Media Center with the Media Browser plugin as well as how to best make use of the software.
To continue our XBMC Live Linux quick guide, here are the instructions to install and setup a Firefox Internet browser to the XBMC Launcher program.
The one and only. It all started as a media center for XBOX and has evolved as powerful media center capable playing most available media file types. XBMC has been the foundation for many alternative media centers. Well established with a loyal user base. Not for beginners though.
When I was still using my laptop as a living room computer, the KMPlayer was the only media player I have found which played all my files (even HD video!) without jerky playback or tearing in the video.
Before you settle on just any software for your HTPC look around, get a feel for the landscape and choose the software which makes perfect sense for you. It’s your HTPC system, so go ahead and enjoy it your way.
In this article, we will compare the top 4 HTPC operating systems that can be used as the 10-foot user interface with your TV. So, lets continue looking in detail the Windows 7, Mac OS X, Linux and Windows XP operating systems that are suitable to the living room use. Which is the winning operating system?
This 101 Media Center Tips list is being combined for all beginners wishing to get started with a Home Theater PC. The list has been compiled based on the articles that can be found from the My Media Experience site. Enjoy these tips and remember to share them with your friends who wish to bring the internet to their TV, too.