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Moovida: A Music Player for the Masses

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If you're like most computer users, your hard drive is probably stuffed to the gills with movies, pictures, music, and media files you want to hang on to. If you're trying to figure out a good way to manage them all, have a look at Moovida, an open source media player that's so snappy you might kick your current player to the curb.

Moovida is loaded with more features than one person could probably ever use. Media is searchable by artist, song, TV show, movie title, or file name. Thumbnail and slideshow images of cover art or image files display beautifully and put CoverFlow to shame.

Stream movies and TV shows right over your home network, or play directly from DVDs or video files on your hard drive. Moovida supports all video formats.

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