Miro is an open-source media player designed to help you play video and audio files, as well as view and download clips from the Internet.
It sports a clean and straightforward layout that gives users the possibility to select the directory or drive to be scanned for media files. At the end of the task, the application automatically displays the audio and video items stored in the selected location.
Miro allows users to play, pause, or stop the current selection, go to the previous or next item, adjust the volume, perform search operations, switch to a full screen mode, sort the items by various criteria, as well as view details about the audio items, such as name, artist, album, track, time, genre, year, rating and others.
What’s more, you can carry out the downloading process by simply specifying a valid URL, search for podcasts which can be downloaded with just one click, share multimedia items on your local network, and synchronize the application with your phone, tablet, or digital camera.
Other important feature worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to create playlists, buy, download, and listen to MP3 files from Amazon, download video or audio items from YouTube, Hulu, orPBS, as well as buy Android applications from Amazon or Google.
During our testing we have noticed that the tool provides excellent audio and video quality, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so it doesn’t affect the overall performance of the computer.
All things considered, Miro offers an intuitive layout and a handy set of features for helping you play media files.