1. Song information and Album art lookup
Clean up your music collection by automatically looking up
the Artist, correct title, and album name and artwork among other thing.
2. Album View
A clean view to group together all your songs by Album and Artist. Also a simplified way to view video items by kind (Movies, Clips, Podcasts…)
3. Faster Device Syncing and Conversions
We’ve added a Quick fill option to get your music onto your device fast! Automatic syncing, options to convert only when necessary, and updates to the ffmpeg binaries. (N/A on Linux)
4. eMusic in the Stores section
Purchase music from eMusic and add it straight to your library.
5. Download HD videos from Vimeo feeds
When available, you can now download HD quality videos from Vimeo podcasts.
Update 25 Dec 2011: new version 4.0.4, adds support for video conversion and syncing with the Kindle Fire.
Update 05 July 2011: Miro 4.0.2, from Debian Sid, is now in the main testing repository.
Miro 4.0.1 is now available in the main testing repository. It was sourced from Miro's Ubuntu PPA. Before upgrading, it's a good idea to backup (actually, it looks like the upgrade process also does a backup, but one can never be sure) the sqlitedb files in ~/.miro, since the new Miro will irrevocably change them.
The new version adds several online Android app and the Amazon mp3 store. You can also convert download media files into various mobile formats, though most will require the debian-multimedia ffmpeg be installed. Please let us know how it's working--and you may have to reboot if it starts eating RAM after the upgrade.
Please note that Miro cannot play DVD or CD media, just downloaded files.
miro - 4.0.1-1mcr110+1
Architecture: 32bit and 64bit
Miro is a media player that lets you subscribe to podcasts, search
for media on the Internet, buy media from stores, sync with devices,
convert to other formas, download torrents, and a variety of other
For the ability to convert media to the most formats, installing the debian-
multimedia.org ffmpeg package and associated libraries is suggested,
depending on the legal situation in your jurisdiction.