Neuros announced that it’s releasing a beta version of a YouTube browser for its Neuros OSD Linux based media streamer.
With the Neuros OSD Youtube browser, you can now browse and play the entire YouTube video collection on any TV, both standard and high definition.
Neuros leveraged their open source developer community to implement the Youtube client. Neuros started to open up to the open source community in 2006 and it looks like it works very well for them.
The Apple TV supports now since last week Youtube. The Neuros OSD is now the 2nd media streamer I know off that can do that. See a video of Youtube on Neuros OSD in action below.
Via the Neuros site.
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