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Thread: Does KooRaRoo operate as a Plug-In to Windows Media Center and how do I set it up?

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    Does KooRaRoo operate as a Plug-In to Windows Media Center and how do I set it up?

    I use Windows Media Center to deliver movies, etc. to my displays. I was hoping to use KooRaRoo to read MKV's and any other unrecognized formats for WMC. Is it possible? How shall I configure it? Does the application only work with physical devices?
    Thanks!
    Todd

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    Todd,

    KooRaRoo can work with software players as well (such as Windows Media Player) as a client, which means it can deliver media files to a player on your PC. By default, however, it will try to deliver those files natively, as typically you'd have codecs on your PC to decode files, thus no transcoding needs to be done.

    You could try settings a device profile "Microsoft Xbox360" for your WMC in KooRaRoo's Devices pane. That device profile will transcode files and should work fine with WMC.

    Please let me know how that goes.

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