Expanse will allow to get access to your iTunes video library from anywhere in the world.Internet podcasting
Expanse will turn your Mac into a personal server of video podcasts.
Expanse uses iTunes library as a source of Movies and TV Shows to create a beautiful and elegant podcasts.
How It Works.
Expanse launches personal Web server on your Mac. The server creates the video podcasts using the contents of iTunes library. If to add the movie into iTunes, then this movie is added to the contents of the corresponding podcast too. That is, Expanse podcasts reflect changes in iTunes.
On a smartphone or tablet (and not only) you can enter to the personal Web server of Expanse, using a standard Internet browser. Using the Expanse Web interface, you subscribe to the desired podcast, for example "10 most recent unwatched", in your favourite application for podcasts (pod catcher).
Further, уou are configuring a subscription in your podcatcher, for example, automatic downloading of new "episodes" (i.e. movies of ours). In this way you can automatically download videos on your gadget.
You can to toggle Expanse into mode - "Local network and Internet", and your personal podcasts will be available on the Internet too. You can to update podcasts on your gadget, watch online or download movies from your collection, sitting in a cafe or at work, not only at home.
Accessibility of your collection
Expanse is essentially a Web server, that allows you, using ordinary Internet browser, through the elegant web interface, to see a list and description of movies and TV shows, to watch the video. Thus your iTunes video collection is available on any device with support for HTML5. You can also subscribe to podcasts on any gadget where is an application like podcatcher.
Expanse (com.calm-apps.expanse) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com.
The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is Expanse 10.
Operating System: Mac
Minimum OS version: 10.7
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