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    estra is offline Windows Enthusiast
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    Default clipShow - Windows 7 Media Center plug-in

    I've come across this free plug-in for Media Center, the following is its description:

    clipShow is a Windows 7 Media Center plug-in that allows you to view video in a slide-show fashion. It features a "clip" capability that can play random clips of video media (45 sec, 90 sec and 2 min intervals). It also integrates with Windows Desktop Search for media indexing.

    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.

    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)

    For the downloads, please access the program's original site - clipShow home page.

    Hope you will find this useful, folks


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    Looks interesting. Thanks estra

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