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CenterStage

CenterStage Main Screen
Software information
DeveloperCenterStage Project
Stable release0.6.2
Latest release date2007-08-20
Development statusNo longer active development
Written inObjective-C
Operating systemMac OS X
Available inObjective-C
TypeMedia Center
LicenseGNU GPL
Websitesourceforge.net/projects/macmediacenter/

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CenterStage, now obsolete, was a media center software application with a 10-foot user interface design for the living-room TV that allows digital content stored on an Apple Macintosh computer running Mac OS X to be played on a standard television set.

Active development and support of CenterStage is no longer underway in lieu of other media application availability.

The program relied heavily upon the existing iLife software suite, notably iPhoto and iTunes, as well as Elgato's EyeTV software for television show recordings by reading the media files organised in those applications. CenterStage also reads and plays back file types not supported by Apple in their suite of applications, either by reading the files found in your Home directory folders, or by organising them in the accompanying BackStage application. The user can then browse the Photo, Music, Movie and Television collections that have been stored, managed, and categorized then present them fullscreen on a Television set.


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