New to Intel® Viiv™ technology∇ is Intel Viiv software version 1.5 which enables enhanced features such as streaming media to Intel Viiv technology verified networked media devices (NMDs). (NMDs are consumer electronics devices that connect to televisions or other home entertainment equipment to enable you to enjoy media throughout your home.) Intel Viiv™ software helps you easily add routers and other devices to your home network as well as organize and share media stored on the PC throughout your home network.
Intel Viiv software version 1.5 includes the following:
|Intel® Viiv™ Settings
||View main menu screen|
|Intel® Hub Connect Technology
||Helps set up a growing number of Intel Viiv technology verified devices on the home network. Also, this Technology provides network information to help manage the home network through the Intel® Viiv™ Settings screen.|
|Intel® Smart Streaming Technology
||Reduces the likelihood of incompatible media formats by converting personal media into a format that Intel Viiv technology verified devices understand.|
|Intel® Viiv™ Media Server
||Distributes personal media and content from online services and the user interface of applications to other Intel Viiv technology verified devices throughout the home network.|
|Intel® Viiv™ Media Library
||Catalogs digital media available on the Intel Viiv technology-based PC and on other universal plug-n-play devices on the network so users can remotely browse, access, and play media through verified networked media devices.|
|Intel® Viiv™ Zone
||Media portal for Intel Viiv technology verified devices that provide access to verified services and applications from a networked media device.|
∇ Verified services will vary, and content restrictions may apply. Wireless and network performance varies with specific hardware and software configurations, usage, and environmental interference. Use a wired connection for improved performance with video and other media. May require TV tuner card and/or remote which may be sold separately. Instant on/off feature works after initial boot, when activated.
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