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My Media System ...is MMS
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What is My Media System

My Media System is an application that manages, displays and plays media content such as videos, music, pictures, and more. MMS runs perfectly on anything from a Set-Top-Box connected to your TV-Set, to your specially tailored multimedia PC and HD display.

So what does it look like?

Below you can see two screenshots. More screenshots.  

What makes it so special?

As the name implies, MMS is a media system with you in control. It lets other applications such as MPlayer, VDR, or Xine take care of what they respectively do best, and integrates them into one system, that is easy to understand and operate. By combining their individual strength, you get the best of all worlds, in one media application. MMS is easy to install, configure and use. It's even translated to 11 languages so there a good chance it's available in your native tongue.

How do I install it?

MMS is open source and available free of charge. It runs on Linux and is known to work with all major distributions.

Installation instructions for the distributions Debian, Ubuntu and Gentoo are available in the wiki.

What is the latest news?


mms 1.1.1 released

Today a minor bugfix release for 1.1.0 was released. In this we fixed around 20 bugs. 


mms 1.1.0 final released

The final version of mms-1.1.0 has been released. This version contains 67 bugfixes compared to rc9 and has many translation updates. Upgrading is highly recommended.


mms 1.1.0 rc9 released

I forgot to announce rc8 here on this page, but here goes rc9. rc9 changes the default audio player to xine, adds a bunch of last.fm features and search to EPG. Finally it adds a huge amount of bugfixes. Upgrading is highly recommended.

Where can I find more information?

The wiki contains the basic information needed to getting started. For questions, ideas or suggestions there is a forum and a mailing list.