Translations by Charles Junior Rech

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... The system is undeniably slick. One cool feature is the integration with Video Bomb, which means that whenever you click the star icon beside a video, that clip is added to your personal Video Bomb feed. Friends and family can subscribe to the feed, and by simply launching the Miro can see all the video content that you think is worth watching."
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The <strong><em>Participatory Culture Foundation</em></strong>, a Massachusetts based 501(c)(3) non-profit, makes bottom-up economies and cultures possible by ensuring that our political, social and cultural systems are open and democratic everywhere. We work to eliminate gatekeepers and empower communities around the world.
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People often ask why we're setup as a non-profit rather than a for-profit. Quite simply: all of us at PCF are drawn to the project because of the mission. Being a non-profit is the only way we can ensure that the mission is built into the structure of the company. So many times we've seen for-profit companies lose their values as financial pressures mount, founders leave, or they get acquired. We want to make sure that can't happen.
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We see an opportunity to build a new, open mass medium of online television. We're developing the Miro internet TV platform so that watching internet video shows will be as easy as watching TV and broadcasting a shows will be open to everyone. Unlike traditional TV, everyone will have a voice.
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Board of Directors
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Major Funders
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Staff
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Equipe
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Co-Founder, Executive Director
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Business Development Director
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Outreach Director
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Quality Assurance
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Co-Founder
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Software Developer
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Desenvolvedor de software
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Designer
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Designer
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Use the chapter links on the right to quickly find your topic.
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How do I watch videos in feeds?
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There are three ways: once a video is playing, double click the video image; use the menu at the top of your screen to select Playback > Fullscreen; or, when a video is playing, click on the "play fullscreen" button - this is the square surrounded by four arrows, located directly to the right of the normal "play" button.
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Press the escape key, or repeat one of the fullscreen commands from above.
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On these settings menus, users have several options: you may choose to run Miro at startup; you can set how often you check channels for new content; you can set the default folder that Miro downloads to; you can set your upstream limit; you can choose how many videos will be downloaded simultaneously; you can you can specify custom ports for bittorrent; you can choose folders, on your hard drive, to watch for new videos; you can manage how much disk space Miro should leave available, including the default rate by which videos expire; you can choose to auto-resume playback on videos that have been interrupted; and you can also decide if you want to play back videos sequentially or stop after each video.
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You must be subscribed to a video or audio podcast in iTunes, before you can export it to Miro (use the iTunes music store to find free podcasts). Once subscribed, open iTunes, click File -> Export. Choose OPML as the format and then save the file. Open Miro and click Channels > Import Channels (OPML). All of your iTunes podcast subscriptions will be imported to the Miro sidebar.
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(program your remote control!).
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(programe seu controle remoto!).
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If you want to save your database, you can follow the instructions in this <link>post from our blog.
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Follow the installation instructions, below the download link, for
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Yes! To add a feed, click Channels -> Add Channel, from the menu, paste in the RSS feed URL, and let Miro find the available content. To add a site, click Channels -> Add Site, from the menu, paste in the URL, and Miro adds the site to your sidebar.
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During install, Miro asks how you want to manage particular types of files (file associations). To change the associations, check out these guides:
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Do you support the Mac remote? Other remotes?
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We currently do not support the Mac remote, but plan to do so in the future. As for other options, check out this post on the Miro blog about <link>DIY Media Centers.
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The video most likely expired - Miro has a default setting that videos 6 days old, that have not been specifically "saved," expire in order to preserve disk space on your hard drive. Feel free to adjust your preferences on the Settings section of each feed (look in the upper-right), or globally in the preferences dialog.
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Close Miro, open your System Preferences (in the apple at the top left of the screen), click International (the flag), click Edit List, uncheck any languages other than the one you want, and then restart Miro.
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Try following the Feisty specific instructions on <link>this page.
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There are a few things you can do to potentially speed up Bittorrent. The first is to check and see if there are any seeds on the torrent, using the details drop-down for the video (near the top right of the video that is downloading) in Miro. If the word Seeders has a 0 next to it, there is no one there you can download from.
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The <link>Participatory Culture Foundation, a non-profit organization founded in February 2005. There are ten full-time staff (geographically dispersed), and many volunteers. Our funding currently comes from private philanthropists and non-profit foundations, as well as <link>our users. Our mission is to build software and websites that foster an independent, creative, engaging, and meritocratic internet TV system for millions of people around the world.
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Press, please see our <link>Press Page.
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Windows XP, 128MB of RAM.
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Windows XP, 128MB de RAM.
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Mac OS X 10.4 or higher and QuickTime version 7 (which you should be able to get through Software Update).
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500Mhz CPU with a good video card, 1GHz without, 128MB RAM.
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500Mhz CPU com uma boa placa de vídeo, 1GHz without, 128MB RAM.
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The Windows version of Miro embeds <link>VLC to play videos. This will play Windows Media, Quicktime, MPEG 1, 2, 4, H264, AVI, DivX, XviD, Flash, OGM, and lots more. You can see a full chart of what VLC can play right here.
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The Mac version of Miro uses Quicktime 7, which is built into the operating system, to play video. In addition, we use plugins for Quicktime that allow us to play even more video types. The Mac version can play MPEG, MP4, MOV, H264, Flash, Xvid, AVI, OGG, and more. Also, there is a <link>free extension for OS X that will play Windows Media files seamlessly.
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The Linux version of Miro uses GStreamer or Xine to play videos. Xine supports: MPEG 1/2/4, DivX 3/4/5, Windows Media 7/8, QuickTime, Theora, and more. You can see the full list of what Xine can play right here. GStreamer has varying levels of support: Theora and AVI are well-supported; MPEG 1 is supported but has licensing issues; AAC and H.264 are not well-supported. See <link>GStreamer for more information.
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In terms of open-source, patent-unencumbered codecs like <link>Theora, our goal is to support them as best as possible, and once open-source media players and publishing tools get a bit more solid and commonplace to nudge publishers to use them.
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Our source code is licensed under the GPL and is available at our <link>development center.
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Open standards like RSS and Bittorrent mean that our technology is open for everyone to read and implement and is compatible with other standards based efforts.
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How to Install Miro and Get Started
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Close Miro
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Fechar Miro
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Close any previous versions of Miro that may already be running.
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Launch the Miro Disk Image
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Once downloaded, double-click the Miro Disk Image to mount it.
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Drag the Miro icon to your Applications folder
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Open Miro from your Applications folder
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Drag Miro to the Dock
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