April 16th, 2013 by janet
We are very proud to announce the release of Miro 6.0, which has some dramatic performance improvements. You should update today!
The new Miro 6 is all about one thing: speed! We’ve just released it and it contains big speed improvements for launching Miro, navigating, downloading, etc.
We have finally got flash support for our community of linux users, and have some other good tweaks and fixes as well.
See for yourself! Download Miro 6 Now
March 27th, 2013 by janet
We have posted our first set of release candidate builds for Miro 6, our next release that’s all about faster performance.
We love to hear what you think in our support forums.
For translators: there were a few string changes for this release. If you want to help update the Miro translations, there is more information in the support forum section for translators.
As always – we appreciate your help and feedback.
March 9th, 2013 by janet
We have posted our first set of BETA builds for the upcoming Miro-6.0 release:
We would really appreciate it if you could download the builds and try them out.
The focus of this release has been on performance enhancements; making tab switching and start up times measurably faster. We’ve improved playback when switching through the tabs and have included a slew of other bug fixes.
Please takes a look and let us know what you find either in bugzilla or even better, go to support forums where you can compares notes with the other beta testers, and find additional information.
Thanks for your time.
November 5th, 2012 by janet
We at the Participatory Culture Foundation are so proud to announce a completely updated version of Miro Video Converter. We have acted on your requests and the latest release adds some amazing new features such as:
- Batch Processing
- More devices and output formats
- Better control for output size and aspect ratio
- Output of progressive MP4 files for web playback
- Improved WebM output quality with SD and HD options
- Thumbnail generation
- Some additional output options for video developers
And it’s all wrapped up in an incredible new UI!
Keeping with the original simplicity of Miro Video Converter that has made it popular with all of our users, the updated Miro Video Converter comes with a great new look.
Just drag and drop or browse to your list of video files.
Choose your output device or format.
Click the Convert button.
It’s that easy!
- You can add more files to the list while conversions are in-progress.
- You can choose a different output selection once the initial list of video complete.
- You can convert several files at one time (based on the number of available processors).
- You can adjust the output size or aspect ratio after making a device or format selection.
- Miro Video Converter works on Windows 8.
- Source is available for linux users.
- Miro Video Converter is free and open source software licensed under version 3 of the GNU General Public License.
Download Miro Video Converter!