DESCRIPTIONMiro is a platform for Internet television and video. An intuitive interface lets users subscribe to podcasts, watch video, and build a video library.
OPTIONSPlease read miro --help for a list of all available Miro command line options.
FILESYou can launch Miro with one or more file names and urls for items to add to the Miro database, items to download and add to the Miro database, and feeds to subscribe to.
HELPForums and other help are available at http://getmiro.com/ .
BUGSPlease report any bugs at http://bugzilla.pculture.org/ .
LICENCEMiro is covered by the GNU General Public License (GPL), either version 2 of the license, or (at your option) any later version.
AUTHORSNick Nassar, Geoff Schmidt, Luc Heinrich, Ben Dean-Kawamura, Nick Reville, Matt Bret, Chris Lahey, Will Kahn-Greene, Paul Swartz, Chris Webber, Kaz, Geoffrey Lee, Jonas Emanuel Muller, and others.
This manual page was originally written by Uwe Hermann <[email protected]>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). It was updated by others.
THANKSHolmes Wilson, Tiffiny Cheng, Colin Mitchell, David Moore, Buzz, Morgan Knutson, Padgett Arango, Webneo (Design Contest winner!), Dean Jansen, Michael Bell-smith, Samuel Felder, Andy Ross, Matt Griffin, Adam Conover, Tom Woodhams (icon design), Neil Cook, Dan Funderburg (T-shirts), and Tekriti Software (channel guide).