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OS X 10.5+ and QuickTime 7


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Windows 7, Vista, or XP; 128MB RAM


Version 6.0: Installation instructions | PCF miro-releases PPA | Older package files

Ubuntu Lucid, Karmic or Maverick


You can download source tarballs at:http://ftp.osuosl.org/pub/pculture.org/miro/src/.

There are instructions for cloning the git repository and building Miro from source here.

Packages for other distributions that are created by and maintained by contributors

Arch Linux

Miro is in the Arch Linux repository:

sudo pacman -S miro

Report bugs to the Arch Linux bug tracker (http://bugs.archlinux.org/).


At this time, Miro is available for Debian stable, testing and unstable. To install, run:

apt-get install miro

You can report bugs to the Debian bug system.


Miro is in the Mandriva repositories. To install type:

urpmi miro

For Miro bugs on Mandriva, use the Mandriva bug tracker.


OpenSUSE packages are maintained on the Packman site.

For Miro bugs on OpenSUSE, contact them.


Miro is available for Pardus 2008. It's in Pardus-Contrib repository. If you haven't got the Contrib repository, do:

Package Manager > Settings > Configure Package Manager > Repos > Add Repo

  • Repo Name: Contrib-2008
  • Repo Address: http://paketler.pardus.org.tr/contrib-2008/pisi-index.xml.bz2

After you have the Contrib repository, you can install Miro by:

Package Manager > Search: miro , select it, then install.

For Miro bugs on Pardus, use the Pardus bug tracker.


Miro is available in the PBI format for PC-BSD. See details at http://pbidir.com/bt/pbi/193/miro.


We maintain a set of packages for Ubuntu which you can get in our PPA. Instructions are here.

If you install our PCF packages, you should report bugs to the Miro bug system.

The MOTU also maintain packages of Miro for Ubuntu in the universe repository. You can get them by:

sudo apt-get install miro

If you install the MOTU packages, you should report bugs to their bug system.

Your distribution here!

If you maintain packages for your favorite distribution, let us know and we'll list the web page here. We cannot possibly maintain Miro packages for Linux distributions we're not running. If you can help out by contributing to building Miro on your distribution, let us know and we'll help as best we can.

Visit our packaging resources page for mailing lists, irc, and other documentation links.

If the information above is wrong, let us know that, too! Send an email to
will [dot] guaraldi [at] pculture [dot] org
with changes.

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