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Videos

Watch a 12 minute demo video showing all that LinuxMCE does, and comparing it to WindowsMCE.
http://linuxmce.com/images/play.gif

The setup video is coming very soon.

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Screenshots: Using Linux MCE

There are 3 UI options. UI1 is the most basic, and runs on all video cards. UI2 with masking (medium) requires video cards with decent OpenGL and XDamage. UI2 with alpha blending is the best. Functionally it is the same as UI2 with masking, and has the same 3d effects, but instead of blocking out the video behind the UI, it is able to blend the video and the UI together. This requires support for the composite extensions. Currently only nVidia 6xxx and greater have Linux drivers with composite support to handle UI2 with alpha blending.

Main menu

UI1 or Basic UI< UI2 with medium settings (masking> UI2 with alpha blending / transparency
MainMenuUI1.jpg MainMenuUI2M.jpg MainMenuUI2B.jpg


File Browser

UI1 or Basic UI UI2 with medium settings UI2 with alpha blending / transparency
FileBrowserUI1.jpg FileBrowserUI2M.jpg FileBrowserUI2B.jpg


DVD Remote

UI1 or Basic UI UI2 with medium settings UI2 with alpha blending / transparency
DVDRemoteUI1.jpg DVDRemoteUI2M.jpg DVDRemoteUI2B.jpg


Dial number

UI1 or Basic UI UI2 with medium settings UI2 with alpha blending / transparency
DialNumberUI1.jpg DialNumberUI2M.jpg DialNumberUI2B.jpg


Security panel

UI1 or Basic UI UI2 with medium settings UI2 with alpha blending / transparency
SecurityPanelUI1.jpg SecurityPanelUI2M.jpg SecurityPanelUI2B.jpg