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Media Center Master Version 1.30 Build 10311.648 Released


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Peter Souza IV has released version 1.30 Build 10311.648 of his excellent Media Center Master software.


What is Media Center Master?

Here is how Peter describes Media Center Master for those of you who don’t know what it is:

Smooth, powerful interface to organize your media collection.
Support for the built-in Windows Media Center Video Library strip (dvdid.xml) as well as MediaBrowser extension (mymovies.xml).
Movies, television, and adult title search from a variety of configurable meta data sources.
Built-in, fully-automated episode torrenting from multiple sources. Keep your T.V. series updated through the internet for free.
Full meta-data editor with tools to automate movie and T.V. episode renaming.
Theatrical trailer downloader with options for automatic re-encoding.
Extendable fetcher system allows other programmers to write fetchers — sample source code included in the forums.
Configurable to download actor/actress thumbnails and movie/T.V. posters, fan art, backdrops, and banners.
Flexible post-processing allows command-line operations after a movie title has been fetched — works great with Stark Covers.
…and a whole lot more…

What’s Included in this update?

MCM bug fixes

You can also check out the complete change log since 1.30 was released

I have been using MCM for a while now and I think it’s a great product. I haven’t tried the new premium version yet, but I will doing that over the next few days – so watch out for a review of that coming up very soon.

If you have Media Center, and you want a tool to help you to organise your collection, this is certainly the one to use.

The website doesn’t contain the very latest build, but if you already have a build installed, the auto-update should kick in and download and install it for you automatically.

You can download Media Center Master version 1.30 from here

Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


  1. I heard you mention this product on TDL #301 so I gave it a try because you mentioned utorrrent integration.

    Right now I use the free older version of MetaBrowser that points to a watched folder from utoorent downloads that I set rss feeds in utorrent.

    These files are then converted by the HP Video Converter program on my EX490.

    Problem is that I have to turn off the HP Media Converter program because it grabs the files that are dropped into that folder by MetaBrowser before MetaBrowser can rename them so I end up with a conveted poorly named file. So I have to turn off HP Media COnverter until after the files have been properly naned my MetaBrowser. This becomes user interaction.

    I believe that Media Center Master’s renaming does things a bit different and might solve my issue, also with the premium edition, the feeds are set in MCM and sent to utorrent to download. You do not have to setup the rss feeds in utorrent.

    I’ve been testing this out but my 2 weeks ran out on the premium version so I can’t conitnue, so I’m looking forward to your review, I just gave you some homework Andrew, as I do with Tim, thanks.

    • thanks John 🙂

      Yeah, I’m testing MCM premium at the moment, and I have to say I am really impressed. I don’t use the torrent side but I will test it for the review.



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