Is QuiiQ a My Movies Replacement?
appears to be a new Vista Media Center plug-in for movie cataloging and management
from within Media Center (Via Missing
Remote). Based on the User Manual it
looks like this has it all, including support for Extenders and more.
I’m not around any Vista machines to give it a try, but
QuiiQ might be one to watch. It’s not a
free application, far from it actually. The
Base package is € 67 ($105USD) and then the Network & Client package is an
additional € 99 ($156USD).
The Base package allows for the database to be stored and
accessed just on the single machine, while the Network package allows you to
connect one or more clients (I assume this means PCs, but not sure if it means
Extenders), and then the Client package is for access on other PCs (or
Much like My Movies, the application includes a 10-foot
application (“Projector”), 10-foot media/DVD import (“Collector”), 2-foot
collection manager (“Collection Manager”), and service control (“Control Center”). It appears to be MCML, and apparently it can
also use you’re my Movies database!
There is a 15
day free trial of the Base package and more information on QuiiQ homepage. They also have a product called QuiiQ Home Automation that does X10,
C-Bus and more.
Anyone care to give it a try and report back?