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Version 2.1

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Released: Aug 23, 2009
Updated: Aug 23, 2009 by chandler72
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Release Notes

Version 2.1 of the clipShow plug-in will target Microsoft Windows 7 exclusively. There are no plans to make it available for Windows Vista as it takes advantage of a few of the new capabilities provided in the Media Center APIs, as well as leverages the virtual Videos Library for media cataloging purposes. Please note this release is tested only with the RTM build (6.1.7600). The Beta and Release Candidate versions of Windows 7 have not been tested with this release.

New Features

  • Windows Desktop Search integration - in additon to the ability to use Windows 7 integrated keyword search, clipShow supports the usage of Advanced Query Syntax for searching your local media
  • Media timeline view - clipShow will organize your media regardless of physical location by timeline, with most recent media displayed first.
  • Quick filtering - clipShow provides a quick way to filter your media by year or month, as well as apply search criteria to filter down to a specific list of media
  • Quick playlist creation - clipShow allows for a quick playlist to be created based upon a specific year, month or search criteria. In addition, playlists created within clipShow can be saved as an external ASX playlist file that can be played within the Media Center shell
  • Multi-media format support - clipShow supports the playback of all media formats supported in Windows 7 (including AVCHD file formats).
  • Extender support - clipShow is supported for all current Windows 7 Media Center extenders (XBOX, LinkSys, HP)

Important Note: To ensure the plug-in can access your media on external drives, be sure to associate the source media folder with the Videos Virtual Library by right-mouse clicking on the folder and selecting Include in library->Videos.

Click here for the Windows Vista version of clipShow

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