Miro is an open source free video and music player, organizer and downloader. It works with your existing music library. It synchronizes and converts to Kindle Fire and Android for your phones and tablets. It has a built-in Amazon MP3 that lets you download and listen to music. You can sync Android apps from Google app and Amazon stores to your device. It supports almost all music and video format. It downloads from podcasts, YouTube, bittorrent, Amazon and more. It enables you to convert almost any type of video into MP4/H264 and is compatible with almost any type of device including Android phones, iPods, iPads and iPhones among others. Two Miros on the same Wi-Fi network can stream and transfer videos and audios to each other. It offers fast bittorrent downloading.
Miro supports HD videos. You can resume playing from where your last stop. It can play MPEG, AVI, H.264, QuickTime, Windows Media, DivX, Flash Videos and other major video formats. You can set it to play videos continuously as to the order they appear or stop play after every video. You can drag and drop videos to your playlists or right-click the video to add to playlist. It allows you to transport your video library to another location in your system or to an external hard drive. You can create folders for your playlist and channels. You can search for all video files on your computer and consolidate them on Miro Library.
Our users primarily use Miro to open these file types:
File.org aims to be the go-to resource for file type- and related software information. We spend countless hours researching various file formats and software that can open, convert, create or otherwise work with those files.
If you have additional information about which types of files Miro can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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