The Media Center Show No.104 – Julie Jacobson (2007-04-29)

By Ian Dixon (MP3 22.9mb  61min 11sec)  Direct Download Link  – Subscribe via iTunes This week on the show Julie Jacobson Editor-at-large at CE Pro magazine joins me on the show to talk about how Professional AV installers are taking to the Vista edition of Windows Media Center and the…

The Media Center Show No.104 – Julie Jacobson (2007-04-19)

By Ian Dixon (MP3 22.9mb  61min 11sec) Direct Download Link  – Subscribe via iTunes [mp3]http://thedigitallifestyle.com/audio/TDL_MediaCenter_20070419_104.mp3[/mp3] This week on the show Julie Jacobson Editor-at-large at CE Pro magazine joins me on the show to talk about how Professional AV installers are taking to the Vista edition of Windows Media Center and…

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Windows Home Server CTP Build

Looks like a new build of Windows Home Server is out, this product is now an essential part of my network, serving Remote Access, shared files and backups. If your looking to share Recorded TV with Media Center follow this guide on The Digital Lifestyle forums, and here are some…

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Want to beta test next version of of Windows Media Center?

If you want to be considered for beta testing the next version of Media Center then head over to the connect site and complete the survey. More details on The Green Button If you like playing with bleeding edge software then apply. Note: Not everybody will be selected   Technorati…

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Microsoft Silverlight – What is in it for Media Center?

Microsoft’s Silverlight technology looks interesting, integrating the media experience with the web much more that downloading video files or watching flash videos. This is is an excerpt from Sean Alexander’s blog What is Microsoft Silverlight?  It’s our solution for delivering media experiences with audio, video, animation, and interactivity cross-browser (e.g. Firefox, Safari,…

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Using Windows Home Server to store Recorded TV

Out of the box Windows Home Server will store and share music, pictures and other files but getting it to play nice with Windows Media Center to store Recorded TV is not that simple. So Richard Miller (with a little help from me) has come up with a nice guide…

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Gizmodo first look at Ricavision’s SideShow Remote

Gizmodo managed to get there to get their hands on a Ricavision Sideshow remote. These are the remotes with a LCD display that talks to Vista so you can read email, control Media Center and browse guide data I saw them at CES (see my pictures) and they are great…

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Getting Start Developing Windows Media Center Applications

Over on The Digital Lifestyle Developer Blog Steven Harding has started a series of posts taking a step by step view of developing a application for Windows Media Center Steven takes you step by step through starting out and developing your own Media Center application using Media Center Markup Language,…

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Goodbye PDA2K, hello Treo 750v

At work I have been rolling out the Palm 750v Windows Mobile device and I thought it was about time I left my i-mate PDA2K phone behind and switch to the Treo. My first impressions are that is a nice phone, finally switching to Windows Mobile 5 from Windows Mobile…

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Mike’s Digital Home : Niveus teams up with MusicGiant for HD Music downloads in Vista Media Center

Niveus have been at it again, now its HD audio from MusicGiant in there 2007 range of Media Center PC’s.  Now I really want a Niveus Media Server! Link to Mike’s Digital Home : Niveus teams up with MusicGiant for HD Music downloads in Vista Media Center   Technorati tags:…

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