Wii Transfer 2.6.1

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by ashesburn, Dec 14, 2008.

Dec 14, 2008

Wii Transfer 2.6.1 by ashesburn at 5:02 PM (1,148 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. ashesburn
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    Was reading the other topic about the MplayerWii by djdynamite123 and when I could not set it up for my mac, I went surfing for other alternatives.

    Finally found a useful application for mac. Thought I share it with you guys since I did not find a similar topic elsewhere here.

    Wii Transfer 2.6.1 - The Mac companion for your Wii

    Screenshot on Mac
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    Screenshot on Wii
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    However this application requires the Internet Channel to be installed.

    More information can be found here.
     
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    Fraction of the world use Mac, Mplayerwii is more Windows XP, Vista friendly......

    This is a option similar to ORB on Opera, bad quality though...
     
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    Oh yes I know what you mean. I switched to mac not too long ago. So wanted to be able to do everything in mac instead of loading windows everytime for wii related apps.

    Hmm...in terms of quality are you referring to the application itself or the quality of viewing videos?

    I'll have a look at this ORB too. Haven't heard of it before.

    Oh and btw, any idea whether it's possible to configure the mplayer config file to read off a mac instead? Tried for ages and did not work. Not sure whether it's not supposed to work or I got the settings wrong.
     
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    to be honest i don't know, iv'e got it working in 5 minutes for Vista and XP only

    Orb, on wii opera internet channel, streaming videos is really bad quality, it reduces the video quality etc, basicly ends up looking youtube quality style.
     
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    Ah ok...so maybe I wouldn't try it then.

    I tested Kungfu Panda for the Wii Transfer and the quality was fine. Will have a look at other movies and see how it goes.

    If not then I'll constantly have to switch to Windows every now and then. [​IMG]
     

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