Quite a few improvements, I like the use of transparency. Whats the cecu (is that the Nissan ECU?)
I dont particularly care because I have a lot of memory, but the memory used is pretty high.
To play the same video (Dido)
I think its the .NET runtime that's using the memory.
The database was built really quickly for me, Im using MMC on a desktop at the moment though, 2.4Ghz Shuttle SN45G2. It built the database in 2m12s, that was roughly 100 videos and ~8000 mp3's (in 405 folders). Thats pretty fast for XML.
I can see a lot of work went into the visualizations, but I have to wonder, does anyone use them? They are great for a demo, but in the car what value do they offer? They would be illegal here in CA because they are moving images, unless of course MMC is being operated by a passenger.
I'd like to see the mouse pointer dissapear when held motionless over the MMC screen area.
Shuffle didnt work? Correction, if I let a song finish, it will pick the next at random, however, if I click Next, it plays the next song in the list, not another random track. This is arguably the right behavior I suppose. However, what is a bug is that the song list doesnt keep up with the song playing. The first random jump it did, following that, the song list wouldnt show the currently playing track (Leanard Cohen right now...)