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'''Media directors''' are PC devices connected to the Linux MCE [[core]] which playback the audio and video managed by the system. If you like, you can set your core up to be a media director as well.
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You can connect other [[AV devices]] to your media director. In admin you will need to add the A/V devices first before you can specify the settings for your media directors.
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<p>Specify how you connected the audio and video outputs to your A/V Equipment.  This page works just like the [[AV Devices]], and you will need to add the A/V devices first before you can specify the settings for your media directors.</p>
 
  
 
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Revision as of 17:43, 26 September 2007

Media directors are PC devices connected to the Linux MCE core which playback the audio and video managed by the system. If you like, you can set your core up to be a media director as well.

You can connect other AV devices to your media director. In admin you will need to add the A/V devices first before you can specify the settings for your media directors.

Media directors
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