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Download MediaPortal 1.15.0

MediaPortal 1.15.0

Von Team MediaPortal  (Open Source)

Use your big television screen as Smart TV now! Just connect your computer and run MediaPortal, the open source media center.

Tune to regular TV and radio channels, watch or listen to online media, enjoy your own media files or comfortably browse the web while sitting on your couch.


  • Watch and record TV
  • Watch videos and DVDs
  • Listen to music
  • Listen to broadcast and web radio stations
  • View the TV guide on any PC in your home
  • Movie covers and details are automatically downloaded from IMDB (Internet Movie Database)
  • View all your artists, albums, tracks, CDs, DVDs or playlists, with album art and artist images
  • Enjoy audio visualizations
  • Stream throughout your home via any PC client connected to the MediaPortal TV server
  • View pictures and slideshows
  • Check weather reports, your RSS feeds or Wikipedia on your TV screen
  • Browse the huge plug-in archive
  • Choose from a variety of looks, styles and interfaces to suit your taste

Titel: MediaPortal 1.15.0
Dateiname: MediaPortalSetup_1.15.0_Final.exe
Dateigröße: 145.78MB (152,858,429 Bytes)
Anforderungen: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Sprachen: Mehrere Sprachen
Lizenz: Open Source
Datum hinzugefügt: 29 Juni 2016
Autor: Team MediaPortal
MD5-Prüfsumme: 3DF98C87FBF7D546FCD501CAD2F49A4E

# Bug
- No initial title tag with WebRadio channels
- Don't start X10 remote code if remote is not available
- Disc eject is broken
- MiniDisplay breaks volume handler
- Invalid Teletext packets from Swedish broadcasters cause crash to desktop
# New Feature
- Hide Windows volume OSD if MP GUI OSD is enabled
# Task
- Spelling mistakes in Blu-ray Discs/Images Configuration window
- Bump version number to 1.15 Final, and set debug level to INFO
# Improvement/Rework
- Rework DVD Discs/Images External Player with separate settings for DVD and Blu-ray
- MyVideo: When looking for cover for the video, you may lose the current...

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