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I've been using Miro for ages. Used it on assorted Linux systems and for the past 18+ months on my OS-X system. But recent releases are much less stable. It seems to be written in Java in a way that when it gets wrapped around its axle, it slows down my Netbeans Java development cycle. I can't afford this.

I want to subscribe to both video and audio podcasts using the usual RSS feed structure. I want it to automatically download the podcasts whenever they are available.

Free and Open source is ideal, but I'm willing to pay a small amount of real money for this.
 
So I left, I came home, and I ate some pie. And then I read this tiny ad:
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