Movie Player

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Maarekje, Jan 11, 2010.

Jan 11, 2010

Movie Player by Maarekje at 12:00 PM (1,003 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Maarekje
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    Newcomer Maarekje Newbie

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    Hi everyone, im new to this forum..
    but I actually need some help to make some movies playable on my portable harddisk, which is plugged in the Wii.

    - Which wiichannel do I need to install?
    - Can i place the movies (*.iso format) to the harddisk with WBFSmanager?

    Kind Regards,

    Maarekje
     
  2. FragAguy

    Member FragAguy GBAtemp Regular

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    first of all, you don't have to install a channel for media playback. download MplayerCE 0.76 and put it on your SD card in the apps folder. About the .iso's on wbfs, a wbfs partition is only ment for wiigames and nothing else.
     
  3. Hatsu

    Banned Hatsu Someone's been killing, eh?

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    The movies have to be in a format MPlayer CE can read. e.g: AVI, MP4, ect. Cannot be H.264.
     
  4. Eon-Rider

    Member Eon-Rider GBAtemp Maniac

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    You also need to install DVDx which is available with the Hackmii Installer if you plan on.

    EDIT: Sorry, misread the post. Still, you should install DVDx if you haven't already.
     
  5. blitzer320

    Member blitzer320 GBAtemp Fan

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    does he even have the homebrew channel
     
  6. Skoopman

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    Wrong, movies can be H264 because it's just a codec. Best playback is still DivX codec with AVI Container. Also working is H264 codec with MP4 or MKV container, but has some issues, if the resolution is too big frameskipping begins.
     

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