MetaBrowser 2.1.5 – A Look At What’s New
We did a movie comparison guide way back in 2009 when MetaBrowser was in its infancy, and it’s always good to see a product continue to evolve and grow. Here’s a new update for it and our friend Damian takes an in-depth look at what’s changed.
MetaBrowser comes with the ability to act as a Web Service, which will allow MetaBrowser to be the central hub where applications will be able to access metadata and control Windows Media Center. The benefit of running the web service is that it will allow for remote viewing of your video library via web browser as well as controlling any PC running Windows Media Center (including initializing playback). Setting up the web service is very easy to do.