Here is a question for you guys
I have an Idea and it not original but I cant find a previous post or answer to my question.
If I have a 42in Plasma and an sli video card set up is there a front end that can support high resolutions like 1200x1000 and above or all front end only friendly with 800x600?
What I am working on is making everything work from my pc and have the front end on my tv. You know I jsut move to a nice big hosue and I want to make it feel like a cumfy coorparate look. so the front end idea would look nice. Well if this can be done can you guys just list what front end is compatible and elegant. I like the mobile media one thats on my car but it be awesome if it can be intalled in the house on those high resolutions. Thanks
Mobile Media Center status update and new release soon.
Just wanted to let you know what the status was on Mobile Media Center (MMC). I have been working on it a lot lately. I will be putting out a release this weekend. I have worked on the issues you have all been facing with the errors on starting it up and I hope to have fixed the issue. I also implemented a completely new user interface engine. It is wicked fast compared to our old UI. It will not require Direct3D or OpenGL either. So this should work out nicely for some of you running embedded style chipsets, etc. The UI engine does support 3D hardware acceleration, but I want to test how the current version will do with no 3D support.
One of the things I was always told about MMC is the over all speed and response of the software was very fast, in fact faster then most if not all the frontends on here. We have fallen very behind now compare to other front ends based on feature set and UI. Well I am fixing the UI now. That just leaves features. We have a great system built for speed from the ground up and I will now start working very hard to improve the performance even more and start adding the features that have been requested.
I want to work on a piece meal roll out though. The version I release this weekend will have a lot of features turned off that were unstable. I will work on each module until the users feel that it is complete and ready to move on to the next module. I will keep doing this until we have all the modules and pieces in place and then I will release 1.0. Which will be free to mp3car.com users as promised.
So like I said. I will release a new test version this weekend (Sept 22nd) with the new UI and improved performance in the sound engine as well. I can tell you from the test we have been performing here... the UI is instant compared to before.