PlayOn and Tversity on Windows Media Center Extenders

We made a promise to be 100% compatible with every Windows Media Center Extender on tubeCore, the Internet DVR for PlayOn and Tversity. It was hard work because Windows 7 changed some things under the covers and broke that compatiblity. I thought we might be forced to renege on that promise. But I got emails, comments, and forum posts asking us to try a little harder. We did and the goal has been reached.

We are quite pleased with the outcome. There are thousands of tubeCore users out there enjoying Hulu, Netflix, CBS, ESPN and more through the Internet.

I get emails every week thanking me for creating tubeCore (pretty cool; never expected that). This is not to brag, but it’s great to know that all the hard work paid off.

So I guess what I’m trying to say is, thank you for using tubeCore.


  1. James
    Posted February 10, 2010 at 9:52 am | Permalink

    TubeCore continues to be awesome. I would love to see a capability to play the contents of a folder, with shuffle and repeat options- so it could act more like live TV. Any plans for that?

  2. Posted February 10, 2010 at 4:15 pm | Permalink

    Sweet idea. I will look into that. If we decided to do it I will add it to the Road Map (

  3. Steven
    Posted November 10, 2010 at 7:48 pm | Permalink


    If there is anything that can be done to allow more than one extender to use dlna / playon at once, it would be huge help.

    I have a bunch of extenders and if someone tries to start a second one using tubecore; the first one dumps out of what it was playing. It’s not playon, it works with multiusers, outside of WMC / with dlna devices, as long as they’re not both trying to watch netflix.


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