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Kodi/XBMC in the media? Post links here
#76
Ofcourse vote for XBMC
http://lifehacker.com/5897890/what-media...do-you-use
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#77
Check this new guide out from Lifehacker to setting up a XBMC media center from start to finish:

Create a Kickass, Seamless, Play-Everything Media Center: The Complete Guide
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#78
pretty much all you need to know!

and it has come at a time when people on here! are moaning about how complicated xbmc!
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#79
It's a pretty good start up introduction, well meaning and informative, it gives you an overview of the program. It's just when people get hung up on some obscurity (not helped by the un-intuitive GUI) or have a genuine gliche with their hardware/software that the forum gets traffic. I don't know how many people actually use XBMC regularly, but leave us to say if it's installed on your hardware, it's in use, and that number would be ~ a million+ and enough to start making dedicated hardware for.

Articles like this will definitely help XBMC climb to new heights.
I read somewhere (might be wrong) about MS no longer supporting/including WMC on win8
The forum is going to get a lot more users soon.
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#80
One more lifehacker article: 4 awesome XBMC skins

http://m.lifehacker.com/5900664/four-bea...e/gallery/
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#81
XBMC shown briefly on BBC: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-17853763
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#82
http://www.itavisen.no/895343/raspberry-...fantastisk

norwegian article praising r-pi + openelec/xbmc
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#83
Article about XBMCbuntu in Engadget

http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/23/how-t...buntu-way/
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#84
XBMC on AMLogic/Pivos demoed by ARM. Click on the main video, fun begins at 7:28.

http://tinyurl.com/7uwgl48
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#85
(2012-05-25, 14:33)davilla Wrote: XBMC on AMLogic/Pivos demoed by ARM. Click on the main video, fun begins at 7:28.

http://tinyurl.com/7uwgl48

Wow....
Are u behind this?
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#86
of course Smile
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#87
(2012-05-25, 21:30)davilla Wrote: of course Smile

Lol. Congratulations.
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#88
http://www.theverge.com/2012/5/31/305480...less-24bit

Even if the picture is a bit irrelevant

Flirc now has a forum: forum.flirc.tv
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#89
XBMC audio engine gets big rewrite, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio hit your media hub

http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/31/xbmc-...dts-hd-ma/
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#90
Boom!
http://www.sigmadesigns.com/uploads/libr...20604c.pdf

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