Newest unoffical MPlayerWii question

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by gumbyscout, Nov 29, 2008.

Nov 29, 2008
  1. gumbyscout
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    I was wondering on the newest version by rodries, what filesystem do data dvd's need to be read by it? I used UDF on a disc, and when I got to select files it just show a blank directory (on the wii in mplayer mind you) and crashes when I hit the "a" button. Also, is there a max speed that it can only read discs at? Recently I updated my drives firmware to allow it to over speed write, and I think that might be one of the issues i'm having. Could the problem be that they are all mkv's?
     
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    Just for testing the DVD read part, I inserted a backup of my .mp4 movies for the ipod that I have, and the app reads it, but the files over 10 minutes takes a lot to load the video, and never gets sync with the audio, better wait for the next release...!!! [​IMG]
     
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    Okay thanks, I wasn't holding my breath for it to work, I just felt like backing up all of my anime to clear up some hard drive space and it would of been nice to be able to play those data discs on my wii (since the 360 STILL doesn't support the mkv container).
     
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    hmm, mplayerwii works pretty much perfect with avi files, etc even through SMB, always in sync as well.. maybe your trying incompatible video files. or your using dvd +rw or something, it wont read the data disc...
     

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