Kodi is an open source media player developed by the XBMC Foundation, formerly known as XBMC (the last version named after XBMC is 13.2 Gotham, 14.0 Helix is the first version named after Kodi), Kodi can run on a variety of operating systems and hardware A platform that allows users to play most videos, music, podcasts and various common digital media files stored on local or network storage devices. The software was originally intended to run on the Xbox, hence the name. Native versions for Android, Linux, BSD, macOS, iOS, and Windows operating systems followed.
Kodi is highly customizable, with numerous skins that change the appearance of the software and various addons that allow access to content from the web, including Spotify and Youtube. Starting with version 12.0 (codenamed “Frodo”), XBMC ships with a digital video recorder GUI frontend for recording live programming, supporting both electronic program guides and HD video recording.
Recently, Kodi officially released version 20.0, codenamed “Nexus”. It has been nearly two years since the release of the last major version update v19, with more than 4600 commits.
- Support for loading multiple instances of binary add-ons
- Support AV1 video
- Major optimization of the subtitle system
- Support saving libretro game progress
- Windows HDR support
- Support NFSv4
- Improve context menu consistency
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