Mezzmo's interface resembles iTunes on steroids. The familiar framed layout is bounded with additional buttons and controls that let you import or create playlists from other media organizer applications (such as iTunes) and from networked media servers or network-attached storage devices. It can also add metatags to media files, rip music CDs to MP3 files, and burn your collection to CDs or DVDs with the PC's recordable media drive. The player supports all the major audio formats, including mp3, Windows media, Ogg-Vorbis, and WAV files, and will play back any digital video format, provided you have the appropriate codec installed on the server end.
Unlike competitor Snapstream, who have a similar offering in their Beyond Media application, Mezzmo doesn't require you to hook the computer itself up to your home theater system. That's the beauty of it all--with the computer in the office (where it belongs), you can still access and enjoy its contents anywhere on your home network.