is a plugin for Windows Media Center which lets you watch videos from Hulu, and other network TV websites with a remote control instead of a mouse.

The plugin has been tested to work with Windows Vista as well as Windows 7 and it has to be noted that it is still in public beta. Hence you can expect some minor glitches for now like, though it lets you browse for movies in full screen mode, when you click a video it may not play in full screen mode. If the video is from Hulu, it can be played in full screen but if it is from another source it has this glitch.


But for an early beta, this plugin is still pretty awesome. I always thought we are not making full use of Windows Media center especially its Internet TV / Online TV feature, and without an official plugin from neither Microsoft nor Hulu / other sites, this is really a great feature to test out.

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4 thoughts on “Watch Network Video Streams on Windows Media Center

  1. Thanks for sharing this plugin. I am big fan of watching lots of videos on internet. Will check this out.

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  2. Thanks dude. Got what i was looking for 🙂

    I always prefer watching live movies rather than downloading them especially when having unlimited internet access.

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