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Petition to create a desktop Air Video client for Windows/MAC OSX  XML
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dhop90



Joined: 09/01/2010 03:26:07
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Fixed download site. Created new version 2.0(175), There is a new Interface and additional features, as well as some bug fixes.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6713110/MacAirVideoClient/Site/Home.html
eQUIV



Joined: 10/25/2010 15:00:15
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+1

Windows client please! Came here specifically looking for this.
ysmirn01



Joined: 03/22/2010 02:32:51
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+1. Would love to see AirVideo for desktop with conversion, instant streaming and sharing though multiple computers.
+100 for Mac Version.

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johnnytk36



Joined: 08/29/2010 21:04:29
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dhop90 wrote:Fixed download site. Created new version 2.0(175), There is a new Interface and additional features, as well as some bug fixes.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6713110/MacAirVideoClient/Site/Home.html



Really cool. I just used it to watch some video from work that resides on my home server.

I won't ask for any features, as I'm sure you are going to try and match the iPhone/iPad version in features in coming releases.

I'll let you know of any bugs i find.
kaysindre



Joined: 05/19/2010 17:27:56
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I would really like this program as well. Would be willing to make an in app puchase even
eQUIV



Joined: 10/25/2010 15:00:15
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Agreed, I would gladly pay for a windows viewer. I know it takes time and money to develop these programs.
tenya



Joined: 11/03/2010 12:12:58
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Obviously "airvideo.rb" written by jphastings can be used in Windows as well. For example, one may install cygwin+ruby and VLC on Windows, download airvideo.rb, and create your own ruby client. The following is a simple example of Air Video Client for Windows 7 (64bit) (CUI only, with cygwin+ruby and VLC):
Can somebody rewrite the code and add a gui for Windows? (hope to implement live conversion as well) I really want to do it, but am new in ruby and am not familiar with Windows!

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luddiluddludde



Joined: 11/03/2010 16:53:36
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This would be great to have . I love the simplicity of the air video client on the iPhone and to get something like that on a windows computer would be neat.
Jim198865



Joined: 11/01/2010 10:09:21
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Jim198865



Joined: 11/01/2010 10:09:21
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bjerha



Joined: 11/11/2010 00:23:07
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tenya



Joined: 11/03/2010 12:12:58
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Air Video Client for Windows (alpha test)

Implemented by Ruby+VisualRuby+exerb with "airvideo.rb" written by jphastings.

[Requirements]
1. Windows 7 (XP and Vista would be ok)
2. Any video app that can play streaming m4v video (iTunes, Quick Time Player, VLC, GOM Player, Windows Media Player, etc.)

[Download]
http://videonews.lv9.org/dlcenter.php?fn=airvideo/AirVideoClient_20101208.zip

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kame



Joined: 11/16/2010 03:33:54
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Thanks tenya!
I tried it at work from a Windows7 client connecting to the server at home. It looked to me the connection to my airvideo server is not fast enough to work properly. The Windows Media Player pops up but wasn't able to stream any video over.
Is there a way to specify the bitrate to override the default in airvideo.rb?

I will try again when I am back in my home network.


Think7



Joined: 06/17/2010 22:06:19
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Come on guys. With the new Mac App store coming and Windows 8 said to have something similar it would be a no brainier. You guys make the absolute best streaming video solution there is. Just need this one other thing.
sondiego



Joined: 04/13/2010 06:52:40
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Hi Tenya,

I installed this and it connects to the Air Video server because I see all of the folders that I've set up. But once I click on a folder it does not show the subfolders or video files within that folder. Any ideas?

Thanks!
 
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