Security Update for Windows Media Player 10 for Windows XP (KB911565) | A security issue has been identified that could allow an attacker to remotely compromise your Windows-based system using Windows Media Player and gain control over it. You can help protect your computer by installing this update from Microsoft. After you install this item, you may have to restart your computer. Quick DetailsFile Name: WindowsMedia10-KB911565-v2-x86-ENU.exeVersion: 911565Security Bulletins: MS06-005Knowledge Base (KB) Articles: KB911565Date Published: 4/11/2006Download Size: 2.4 MB var dc_UnitID = 14; var dc_PublisherID = 11967; var dc_AdLinkColor = ‘6699cc’; var dc_adprod=’ADL’;
Update for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 (KB913800) | Microsoft has released KB913800 Update. This update is intended for systems running Update Rollup 2 for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. Install this update to address digital rights management (DRM) protected content failures after installing Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 (KB900325) For more information about this update, read Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 913800. Quick DetailsFile Name: WindowsMedia10-KB913800-x86-ENU.exe Version: KB913800 Knowledge Base (KB) Articles: KB913800 Date Published: 4/14/2006 Download Size: 7.7 MB var dc_UnitID = 14; var dc_PublisherID = 11967; var dc_AdLinkColor = ‘6699cc’; … Continue reading Another DRM Update Revision for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
The Media Center Show #53 | 13th April 2006 (1Hour 2mins 42secs) MP3 – 21.5MB (Download Here) This week Ian Dixon talked with Casey Chesnut, new Media Center MVP and developer of some great Media Center applications. Also e-mail’s and Media Center news.
ATI Catalyst Release Note Version 6.4 Windows Media Center Edition Video Conversion Utility | Catalyst 6.4 introduces a Windows MCE Video Conversion utility. This utility allows users to convert video content that is recorded by MCE, or video content that is available to MCE, to variety of different formats. The video content can be converted to MPEG-2, MPEG-4 SP, MPEG-4 AVC and Windows Media. iPod Video and PSP video are listed as separate formats for easy recognition. Update: For unknown reasons, ATI has removed all references to there Windows Media Center Edition Video Conversion Utility. A cached version of the … Continue reading Updated: ATI Media Center Video Conversion Utility
Lots of news to bring from The Green Button today including an update on the new site and another interesting bit of news. First of all I know it’s been a long time since that “site upgrade” was supposed to happen. Fear not, it is actually coming (I mean it). I got to see the new site today, and it looks great! It’s really a new look and feel and should fix a lot of what’s wrong with the current TGB. I’m not sure on an exact launch date yet, but I will let everyone know as soon as I … Continue reading The Green Button News! Site Upgrade & New Book!
The Media Center Show #52 | 6th April 2006 (47mins 37secs) MP3 – 16.3MB (Download Here) This week Ian Dixon talked with Josh Goldman of Akimbo about the Akimbo server and the future of internet delivered content. Also, the latest Media Center News and your e-mail’s with a chance to win One Voices’ Media Center Communicator.
Origami Tablet PCs to Run Special Media Center Extender Software | CE Pro has the long awaited word that Ultra-Mobile PCs (formally known as Origami) will include the first Media Center Extender software (aka SoftSled). “Microsoft is coming out with a software version of MCX expressly for Origami, meaning these little touchscreens can serve as a slave to any MCE in the house, so users can play recorded content, exploit Online Spotlight, use the electronic programming guide — anything they can do with other MCXs (and most things they can do with an MCE).” Todd Rutherford, Microsoft Program Manager for … Continue reading Ultra-Mobile PCs First To Get SoftSled!
Diamond Multimedia, a leading manufacturer of peripherals and accessories for getting the most out of PCs, is now shipping new versions of Diamond’s XtremeTV TV Tuner /PVR product combining a full-featured Personal Video Recorder (PVR), also known as DVR (Digital Video Recorder) with remote viewing capabilities powered by Orb Networks, an award-winning developer of media-delivery software and services. Diamond will offer two versions of the new products, PVR560 (PCI) and PVR660 (USB). The PVR560 and PVR660 feature the latest in digital video processing technology and feature on-board MPEG-2 hardware acceleration for faster video encoding. This enables XtremeTV to provide outstanding … Continue reading Diamond’s "XtremeTV" TV Tuner/PVR Media Center Upgrade Offers Orb Remote Viewing
Okoro Media Systems, manufacturer of digital entertainment systems for the high end audio video market, is pleased to announce the availability of the ‘Low Profile” LX Series. The LX Series is based on the Intel Core Duo mobile processor with ViiV technology. The LX Series will feature cool and quiet operation without compromising performance. This series will also feature a low profile stylish case that can fit in many entertainment centers. “Many of our customers have expressed a desire to get their hands on a cooler running ViiV Entertainment PC. We feel the LX series will meet the customers’ need … Continue reading Okoro Media Systems Launches New Core Duo Based Digital Entertainment System
NVIDIA Corporation, the worldwide leader in graphics and digital media processors, today introduced the NVIDIA DualTV tuner, the first TV tuner for PCs to offer two TV tuners on a single card with comprehensive personal video recording functionality, unique MediaSqueeze disk space saving technology, and support for the Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition (MCE) operating system. The NVIDIA DualTV tuner is available immediately for $169 USD from the NVIDIA Store Web site at www.store.nvidia.com. With its unique two-tuner technology, the NVIDIA DualTV tuner transforms an MCE-equipped PC into a bona fide home entertainment system. With a touch of a … Continue reading New NVIDIA Dual-Analog TV Tuner Turns PCs Into Home Entertainment Centers