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Front Row

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Front Row is a software application for Apple's Macintosh computers that acts as a front-end for QuickTime, DVD Player and the iTunes and iPhoto libraries and allows for users to browse media on their computers using the Apple Remote. The software is included on all shipping Macs (although not enabled on the Mac Pro). It was announced by Steve Jobs at an Apple special event on October 12, 2005.

Apple has announced that the next generation of Front Row will be included with Mac OS X Leopard.

The Apple TV uses a new version of Front Row called BackRow and also utilizes the Apple Remote.

[edit] Notes

  • The digital audio out port will function as a line-level port, ie: the volume from this port cannot be controlled via the remote.
  • Front Row can also be accessed using Command Key and Escape, useful if the remote control has been broken or misplaced

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