DVD playback,

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by mrrcorn, Jul 17, 2009.

Jul 17, 2009

DVD playback, by mrrcorn at 8:05 PM (876 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. mrrcorn
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    Newcomer mrrcorn Member

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    OK so i have my Wii plaing DVD just for the hell of it,

    So i try and get my friends to get going playing DVD's not haing any Sucksess.

    1. Soft MII 2.1.1 With Homebrew installed with .28 Preloader.

    2. Cios Installed

    3. DVDx 3.4 installed.

    BUT Nothing will play, arrrr
     
  2. mousex

    Member mousex GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    My sympathy.
     
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    Sucksess?
    LMAO nice word...

    Did you try Mplayer-ce?
     
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    1) Search on Google for MPlayer-CE
    2) Go to their Googlecode-Website
    3) Download the Player AND their cIOS
    4) Install/run them (read up on the Site/ReadMe first)

    If that won't work, give it up. From 10 DVDs I got one to work...the compability is so bad...
     
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    every dvd i tried worked [​IMG]

    with just dvdx patchmii installation and mplayer ce
     
  6. mrrcorn
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    Newcomer mrrcorn Member

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    USB2.0

    You need to install the USB 2.0 cIOS from here.

    (Please note that this requires a internet connection).

    The installer is for Homebrew USB2 only, this will install IOS202 using base IOS60 automatically. You can select the IOS to use to do the installation, so you can select a IOS with the fake sign bug. (IOS60 is downloaded to SD via the Nintendo's Update Server).

    We are using IOS60 as a base as there has been improvements in wifi. Those that install this cIOS do not require a DVDx installation.

    Users without the fakesign bug cannot install the cIOS to use USB2. There is a work around for this but we cannot advise about it. Unfortunately there is nothing we can do about it.

    If you plan on updating make sure to install the cIOS and DVDx before updating.
     
  7. wrettcaughn

    Member wrettcaughn Misunderstood Moral Elitist

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    You really don't need to install their cIOS unless you plan on using USB storage. If you are just trying to play DVD discs then you just need to make sure you have DVDX installed and MPlayerCE. As Blue-K stated, the compatibility sucks though. I only use it to watch avi files.
     
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    I seriously don't understand why people try to play DVDs on their Wii. It kills your drive. Gawd.
     

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