The increasingly-popular media center program both for your desktop, laptop, or for your Apple TV or Xbox (if you like tinkering), has released a new version: Eden. In XBMX 11.0, there are new features such as a new decoder, new rendering approach, Apple AirPlay support, and much more.
A few updates taken from the changelog are:
- Added ability for all addons to provide their own web interface (and handling of multiple web interfaces)
- Added support for addons to save their setting values to their own settings.xml file before quitting
- Added support for multi-file selections in the (python) file browser dialog
- Improve XBMC's GUI Engine / Skinning Framework making it even more flexible and powerful
- Added option for auto login of a specific selected user profile (good for kiosk mode)
- Added UDF 2.5 filesystem reading support to XBMC's VFS (Virtual File System)
- Added support for direct playback of ISO image files for Blu-ray Disc as well as video library integration
- Added an option for vertical shift of video image with slider setting
- Added support for color and font styles tag in MPL2 (MicroDVD) subtitles
- Added ability to handle and allow access to multiple web interfaces at once
- Added option setting to play videos within picture slideshows
- Added dimming setting to the built-in picture slideshow screensaver
- Added support for sorting depending on current locale
There's no mention of this working on Raspberry Pi, but I'm sure the open-source community will get to work as soon as they. You can read the launch page here, and download Xbox Media Center 11.0 Eden here.