Want Wii connected to PC

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Jun 25, 2010

Want Wii connected to PC by KuRensan at 3:48 PM (1,066 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. KuRensan
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    My TV is smaller than my PC screen and also no LCD so
    it's kind of a old Hotel TV. So I want to connect my wii
    to my PC (Mac Mini) So I don't have to buy a new TV

    -What to stuff buy (USB PLZ)
    -What Software needed ??
    -Where can I buy it (with € in webshop?? or normal shop??)

    Thanks for your time
    SOS-Rens
     
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    I didn't ment Internet connection
    I mean play via my mac so put wii on
    Plug in mac and than see wii menu on screen
    and play games
     
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    Oh, mac but I know about PC. What about this:



    or

    MAC/PC:

     
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    No, you can have mac or pc.. thats all. Either onee is fine.
     
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    The stuff he has in the video is the same as the USB as I found?? only wireless, right ??
     
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    If you prefer usb instead of wireless then i dont see any problem. Please share yours with us if it works for you. [​IMG]
     
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    Last question what software does the guy use in the video to load it's wii


    Edit: I think He said iTV program
     
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    Yes, iTV or iCable.
     
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    I'm back from berlin
    Now I've a question again
    Is it cheaper to use a VGA to Video in cable ??
    or do I get bad quallity ??
     
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    id say a vga converter would generally have

    - higher initial cost
    + lower running cost

    - lower picture quality
    + lower lag

    compared to running it though a pc

    initial cost and picture quality are extremely product dependent
     
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    so it's better than though a pc ??
    but those VGA converters are more expensive than a usb cable
     

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