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Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/07/2005 08:02:00 AM.

Free Media Center Application for OS X

A lot of people are thinking of using Apple's new Mac mini as a media center, right? So the people over at DigitalDuckTape.net are working on what appears to be a free program that works with Mac OS X (very little info given on website) that will make your computer work like a TIVO. I am not sure if it will be able to record live TV, though. Also, it will be compatible with all Macs.

iTheater is an open source project that will be a media center application for OSX, not just the Mac Mini. We are currently starting to program this application, so check back often to see our progress! We are in need of programmers and graphic designers, so please join if you know anyone who can contribute. Any help is greatly appreciated, so please feel free to join and volunteer!

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