Xbmc upnp library not updating

There are playlist and slideshow functions, a weather forecast feature and many audio visualizations.

Once installed, your computer will become a fully functional multimedia jukebox.

Now, let’s review a few of those features we’re particularly excited about.

Android Hardware Decoding Since 2012 July 12, the single most requested feature has been hardware decoding in Android, and with XBMC 13 we are finally able to make that feature a reality.

It is difficult to put into words all that XBMC can do, head to the gallery to see some examples, or take the plunge and download it today. It has been months of hard work, improvements and testing since the 12.x releases.

What's New: The dark night of waiting is finally over. There have been around 530 commits (chunks of code change) done by 51 developers during this time.

So you can browse the UPn P library on your tablet and send a video from that library straight to you main XBMC HTPC, similar to Apple’s Airplay and Google’s casting features.

Additionally when watching videos from the XBMC UPn P server, watch status will be updated so you don’t have to remember what shows you’ve already watched.

Dramatic Audio Engine Improvements The Audio Engine introduced with XBMC 12.0 “Frodo” has been reworked to be simpler, faster, with better quality and less likelihood of breaking in XBMC 13 across all platforms.

You may also notice that some users will need to reconfigure their audio settings.

This is a behavior change, make sure to read the Pulse Audio XBMC wiki page to learn more.

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