Thursday, August 22, 2019

Instant XBMC (Free PDF)

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Welcome to Instant XBMC. This book has been especially created to provide you with all the information that you need to get set up with XBMC. You will learn the basics of XBMC, get started with building your first course, and discover some tips and tricks for using XBMC.

XBMC is one of those programs that looks simple, but has a host of features that don't get used much. This book attempts to rectify this by getting you speed on topics, such as the quickest way to install XBMC on a new system, preparing and adding movies, television shows, and music, playing content from Internet sources, beautifying XBMC with skins, and streaming using phones and tablets.

As we become increasingly connected, we consume more and more multimedia content on a variety of devices. We're not just sitting in front of the television and the DVD player anymore, but watching and listening to media on notebooks, phones, tablets, and other smart devices. Convergence of media across these devices grows more important. Your smartphone might be limited to 16 GB of storage, but imagine for a moment, being able to play at the touch of your screen 2 TB (or more) of your digital media library available whenever you connect to your wireless network; that is the power of XBMC.

We use XBMC in a variety of ways for entertaining. Some guests want to see a slideshow of pictures accompanied with music. Other guests are more partial to playing music videos. And when children come, we hook them up with a children's movie which we know will entertain them (usually). It's for those friends who've asked how they can get their own XBMC system up and running that this book is for.

1. So, what is XBMC?
2. Quick start – media files and XBMC
3. Top 6 features you need to know about
4. People and places you should get to know

Author Details
"Charles McColm" is the leader of a community-based computer refurbishing project. He got his start in computing, like many of his generation, on the Commodore 64. In 1983, Charles joined The Barrie User's Group, a Commodore computer club.

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