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MediaCenter Jukebox

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MediaCenter JukeBox is a plug-in for Windows 7 Media Center enabling to play ISO disc images from DVDs or Blurays, DVD ripped folders, Matroska and AVI containers. It also works with folder hierarchy, so you can better organize your library.

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Features

  • Windows Media Center plug-in
  • Mounts ISO disc images from DVD or BluRay
  • Plays media in containers like AVI and Matroska (MKV)
  • Plays DVDs in folder format
  • Uses film cover and media metadata information in open XML format
  • Allow folder hierarchy to organize media
  • Generates a basic html library index page with all your media
  • Imports film metadata from AllMovie Database (en-US) or NetMovies (pt-BR)
  • Allow multiple libraries from different drives or network shares

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    Mcjukebox works wonderful.

    Posted 06/26/2013
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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2009-10-16

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