Saturday, February 23, 2013

User video showing how to burn in external subtitles

The following video has been sent in by one of KooRaRoo's users and it shows how easy it is to use the burned-in subtitles feature. This allows him to watch his AVI files using external SRT subtitles on his Sony Bravia TV.


Saturday, February 16, 2013

Download music artwork and movie disk covers from the Internet

Starting with v1.5.0 KooRaRoo Media DLNA server will automatically download album artwork for your music files in case that artwork is not already part of the file's metadata and is not stored as an external file next to the music file.

You can also force it to update/change your existing artwork to the downloaded one.

Another way to use this is to retrieve movie artwork in form of DVD or BluRay images for your movies. You can use this instead of the automatic thumbnail that KooRaRoo generates from your movie.

Just another feature to make your life easier and allowing you to create better collections of your media files using KooRaRoo.

Download your copy today and start enjoy the new features!

Friday, February 15, 2013

KooRaRoo is now a 64-bit application!

Most modern computers run a 64-bit version of Windows, so why use 32-bit software that does not run optimally on your latest-and-greatest CPU? KooRaRoo Media DLNA server now has a 64-bit build, which you can use on your OS to get the best possible performance.

There are other new features in this version (1.5.0) such as ISO DVD images streaming and support for downloading music and video thumbnails from the Internet.

See the release notes: and download a copy from today!