updated 03:10 pm EDT, Fri August 29, 2008
Kenbushi 7.4 update
Lava Software has released Kenbushi 7.4, an update to its digital media jukebox. Kenbushi plays and manages media on both Macs and PCs, and syncs media to non-Apple media players. Version 7.4 adds the ability to load numerous media devices with data, including mobile phones, USB memory sticks, flash cards and portable hard drives. Multiple playlists can be created for each device, and space limits can now be set to preserve room. Users of v7.4 can also limit which media types are assigned to a device, for instance by keeping video on one player and music on another.
Kenbushi supports AAC, MP3, DivX, H.264 and more, with options for fullscreen playback. It carries 200 channels of Internet TV, and is compatible with both QuickTime and VLC. It also features cross-platform sharing and built-in data back-up features.
The software costs $15, and requires a 1GHz processor with QuickTime 7.2 or higher.