But with Fedora Core things are a bit hard, well, they've always been. But you certainly don't have to get frightened, since Miro developers are kind enough to maintain an official package for Fedora Core in their repository.
Since I've already talked about it I'm not gonna write a complete list of its new features all over again. Yet as an introductions, Miro is both an excellent multimedia player + converter that comes with a gorgeous looking GUI... and with the update to the latest version 4... now you can easily share your multimedia files with Android devices, purchase MP3 online (via Amazon), etc. So it's more than just another "player".
To install Miro 4.0.1 in Fedora Core 15, just open your Terminal and enter the below command.
yum install MiroThat should do it. Enjoy!.