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Select Tasks By default, Shutdown is selected Click the left arrow to move to Settings, the subcategory farthest to the left of the options Using the arrow keys to move from left to right in the subcategories, you ll have access to the following, which will be further detailed in various chapters throughout this book:
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computer), Shut Down, Restart, and Sleep
Burn CD/DVD Access options to burn various types of audio and data CDs and
DVDs, depending on your PC s hardware and media
Sync Click to sync a portable media device, such as a Zune (Connect the device first) Add Extender Work through the Media Center Extender Setup Wizard to connect an
extender to the computer, configure computer settings, and test the performance of the network
Media Only Enabling Media Only keeps Windows Media Center displayed in Full
Screen mode In this mode, the Minimize and Close buttons are hidden
Pictures + Video
Select Pictures + Video By default, Picture Library is selected Click the left arrow to move to More Pictures, the subcategory farthest to the left of the options Using the arrow keys to move from left to right in the subcategories, you ll have access to the following, which will be further detailed in s 15 and 16:
More Pictures Access pictures from the Internet from Yahoo! Photos and AOL Pictures
You can use these options to sign in to your own account and select an album to view You can view your own photos (ones you ve uploaded) or your friends and family s
Picture Library View the images on your computer, accessible network drives, CDs
and DVDs, and third-party picture libraries Figure 6-5 shows an example
How to Do Everything with Windows Vista Media Center
FIGURE 6-5
A sampling of all that the picture library can hold
Play All Automatically view a slideshow of the pictures on your PC Video Library Access folders on the PC or network drives that contain videos
Music
Select Music By default, Music Library is selected Click the left arrow to move to More Music, the subcategory farthest to the left of the options Using the arrow keys to move from left to right in the subcategories, you ll have access to the following, which will be further detailed in s 11,12, and 13:
More Music Access music on the Internet, including (but not limited to) MTV,
Country Radio, VH1, and XM Radio
CHAPTER 6:
Navigate Media Center
Music Library Access your own playlists created in Media Player 11, or search
for music by composer, year, album, artist, and more You can also access other data, including recent e-mail, recent documents, and recently changed data
Play All Play the music in your music library You can view the queue, change
visualizations, play a slideshow, shuffle music, repeat songs, and even buy music
Radio Access local radio stations and configure radio presets Search Use the Search| Music option to enter letters from your keyboard, mouse, or
remote control to search for the music you want Figure 6-6 shows these options
FIGURE 6-6
Search for the music you want to play
How to Do Everything with Windows Vista Media Center
Now Playing + Queue
When you select Now Playing or Now Playing + Queue (whatever the case may be), you ll have access to information on what is currently playing In Figure 6-7, music is playing and the song is part of a queue However, if a TV show were on, the options would differ Since TV doesn t play in a queue, the Now Playing screen looks like what s shown in Figure 6-8
FIGURE 6-7
Now playing music in a queue
CHAPTER 6:
Navigate Media Center
FIGURE 6-8
Now playing live TV
Navigation Buttons
No matter what type of media you re playing, whether it s music, movies, videos, or pictures, you ll have access to the navigation buttons in the lower-right corner of the Media Center interface (see Figure 6-9) You can use these navigation buttons to manage, browse, and move through the media you re playing In Figure 6-9, from left to right: The first button is the record button It s red Click this button to record what s currently playing or to stop a recording in progress The second and third buttons are for changing the channel, down and up, respectively The square button stops and closes live TV The next two buttons are for rewinding (the first button rewinds
How to Do Everything with Windows Vista Media Center
Navigation buttons FIGURE 6-9
Navigation buttons
using speed intervals one click to rewind slowly, two to rewind a bit faster, three to rewind even faster, and four to rewind as fast as possible; the second button is used to rewind in 30-second intervals); the middle is to play and pause; and the following two are for fastforwarding (the first button fast-forwards using speed intervals one click to fast-forward slowly, two to fast-forward a bit quicker, three to fast-forward even quicker, and four to fast-forward as quickly as possible; the second button is used to fast-forward in 30-second intervals) The volume button is for muting, and the last two buttons on the right are for decreasing and increasing volume, respectively
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