Imagine being able to connect each TV/device in the house to all your movies, series, photographs, home movies and music. Each member of the family has access to a beautifully organized collection of your favourites.
We make use of an android mini computer (a little larger than a portable hard drive) which seamlessly connects to your LCD’s.
In addition, we use software that scans and organizes your files, automatically sorting your media beautifully and intuitively into your library. Along with this software comes a free app that can be installed on any device in your home.
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More about the software: Once you add your movies and TV shows to your libraries, you get impressive posters, ratings, cast lists, season and episode details, and more. Have a bunch of related movies or shows? Make a Collection and see all the related things you like in one place—even the soundtrack if you have it in your music library!
Search by actor, year, season, genre, and more to find and re-discover classics in your collection. View recently added or released films, episodes, or pick up where you left off. With the On Deck and Continue Watching features, the software reminds you where you were, whether in the middle of a movie or the next episode of your favorite binge-worthy show.
Once you add your music files to the Library, it will automatically organize all of your songs and albums, providing beautiful cover art, artist bios, tour details, genres, and more. Catalog your music library so you can always find the track you’ve been humming. And, the software supports playback of virtually any music file format, including lossless types like FLAC.
Once you add your photos and videos to the Library, they are organized in one place that is easy to navigate and beautiful to look at from any device. Create photo albums, share libraries, edit metadata, browse all of your photos and videos using automatic image- and geo-tagging, or rediscover forgotten memories.