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Poddy Home

Poddy Home is a multimedia application that can replace your CD player, DVD player, video recorder, all your CDs and DVDs, and your collection of videos by storing them on your computer. It gives you easy, fast, and intuitive access to your media collection without the need to search for the disc itself. The included personal VCR can be programmed not only locally but also via a Web interface from anywhere.

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  •  30 Nov 2009 09:36

    Release Notes: This version fixes startup problems; Sun-specific functionality for translucency was removed, since it would not work with the GPL'ed Java variants.

    •  02 Nov 2009 18:02

      Release Notes: This version contains enhanced request dialogues, bugfixes in image downloading, and a modified internal structure. The documentation of the included sources has been extended, and the automated Fedora update script was updated to work with Fedora 11.

      •  15 Oct 2009 19:43

        Release Notes: This version fixes a bug in automatic cover image retrieval.

        •  05 Oct 2009 18:35

          Release Notes: The user interface design has been modified to have a more stable image with interlaced displays. The source of the poddy daemon, which allows remote programing of recording schedules, is included and licensed under the GPL.

          •  03 Jun 2009 13:27

            Release Notes: Poddy Home now supports connected USB-storage devices like USB sticks. Music can be chosen to be encoded and copied to the USB stick so that (parts of) the managed music collection can be transferred easily to a different replaying device.


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