Miro – desktop video channel

  2005, based in Worcester, Massachusetts www.getmiro.com

Miro is  a free open-source desktop video application , designed to make mass media more open and accessible for everyone.

Miro is designed to eliminate gatekeepers. Viewers can connect to any video provider that they want. This frees creators to use the video hosting setup that works best for them– whether they choose to self-publish or use a service.

When Miro connects to a video publishing website that uses RSS. This lets Miro see if there are any new videos available and begin a download. Since RSS is free, public technology anyone can build software like Miro that uses RSS. That means that publishers only need to create a single RSS feed in order to connect with lots of different video players.  Revision3 uses this player.


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