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What's common to the following ways of accessing DILC media contents is the use of [http://dilc.upd.edu.ph/index.php/rssfeeds RSS feeds] from the [http://dilc.upd.edu.ph DILC website].
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==Using Miro==
 
==Using Miro==
[http://getmiro.com Miro] is an open source multi-platform Internet tv that can automatically download contents from the DILC website.
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[http://getmiro.com Miro] is an open source multi-platform Internet tv that can automatically download contents from the DILC website and from other content providers.
  
 
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1. Download [http://getmiro.com Miro] and install it.
 
1. Download [http://getmiro.com Miro] and install it.
  
2. Click on Channels and Add Channel
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2. Open Miro.
  
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3. Click on Channels and Add Channel using your desired [http://dilc.upd.edu.ph/index.php/rssfeeds DILC RSS Feed].
  
 
==Using iTunes==
 
==Using iTunes==
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==Related Information==
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* [[Tips on accessing DZUP online]]
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[[Category: UP Diliman]] [[Category: Tech Support]][[Category:DILC Matters]]

Latest revision as of 01:01, 2 June 2009

What's common to the following ways of accessing DILC media contents is the use of RSS feeds from the DILC website.

Using Miro

Miro is an open source multi-platform Internet tv that can automatically download contents from the DILC website and from other content providers.

Steps:

1. Download Miro and install it.

2. Open Miro.

3. Click on Channels and Add Channel using your desired DILC RSS Feed.

Using iTunes

iTunes is a popular cross-platform mulimedia player by Apple.

Steps:

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Using Google Reader

Google Reader is an RSS feed reader accessible with a browser.

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Related Information