Souce codes

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Keeley, Jan 30, 2009.

Jan 30, 2009

Souce codes by Keeley at 12:37 AM (735 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Keeley
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    Does anyone know where i can get source codes of dvd playback, music codecs, and all that junk besides wiibrew.org, thou isn't very much there lol
     
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    What do you mean?

    DVD Playback as in MPlayer DVD? Check WiiBrew.org

    Music codecs? Check the site that MADE the codec. Check Wikipedia.com

    There's tons on WiiBrew.org
     
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    really i can just use the codecs? lol i didn't know that
    *people murming noob*
    so Wiibrew.org is the only site that has source codes? *sigh* k thanx then
     
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    No, it's not the only site, but most of the Wii homebrew source code is found there. If you ignore the "pirate" stuff like backup launchers and cIOS installers, i would say more than 90% of the available Wii source code can be found there.
     
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    For a easy start, get an SVN client and checkout the source for SoftChip. Its a very neat and well written backup loader. Good first learning experience
     
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    lol i'm knew to coding and all that [​IMG] i'm reading the tut at codemii.com kinda ocnfusing [​IMG] i need to read it a couple times over to understand what they mean lol, someone should make a video tut be much nicer for all those visual learners out there like me lol
     
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    If you find that too hard, you should probably stick to some Windows programming first. Perhaps a managed language first, such as C#/VB, then move onto C++
    Then once you feel you have the hang of the whole programming thing, move onto DS/Wii programming. Patience is the key
     

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