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Democracy Player now Miro

Brian Liloia
07.19.07
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Back in March, the Participatory Culture Foundation announced that Democracy Player would be renamed as Miro, and the change is now official with a new release of the internet video player software, version 0.9.8 . The application's image has been totally revamped, including an overhaul of the official website and logo (of course), but the new technical preview version of Miro includes a dose of new additions and fixes, too:

  • Keyboard shortcuts available on all platforms
  • New 'report a bug' menu item added
  • Veoh.com as a search engine added
  • Additonal bug fixes and UI improvements
Miro 0.9.8 requires Mac OS X 10.3+ and QuickTime 7. Check out a demo of the software in action here.

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