WiiMC 1.1.2

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  1. ketufe
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    Changelog
    1.1.2 - January 29, 2011

    * Synced to MPlayer r32815
    * Fixed broken audio/subtitle switching
    * Fixed "Exception (Alignment)" crash
    * Changed from mpg123 to ffmp3 (fixes some audio-related problems)
    * Added ext 2/3/4 support
    * USB compatibility improvements
    * Improved performance (set L2 cache to 64bit)
    * Large file (> 4GB) support
    * Fixed relative playlist paths
    * Paired-singles enhancements (thanks Extrems!)
    * Added IOS whitelist - a warning will now appear if you are not using IOS58 or IOS61
    * Disable dvdnav over SMB (it's too slow!)
    * Added Tamil translation (thanks dpandian!)
    * Other minor optimizations and bug fixes



    Source ==> http://wiibrew.org/wiki/WiiMC
     
  2. D34DL1N3R

    D34DL1N3R Nephilim

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    Whooo whooooooooooooooo!!!! And it still doesn't recognize any of my usb devices.
     
  3. pepxl

    pepxl GFX W!Z4RD

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    yeah WiiMC stopped recognising my HDD once IOS58 was implemented but i found if i leave WiiMC and select the different tabs, Video, Pictures what not, the PC SMB option disappears in the device list and the my HDD shows up............

    I use MPlayer CE most of the time now as it has better compatibility overall than WiiMC
     
  4. megafanzero

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    Wiimc past version 1.0.6 doesn't recognize my usb device too, lol.

    I've been on the same version of wiimc since August(1.0.6). [​IMG]
     
  5. NewFang

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    I used to be on ver 1.0.6 but just switched to 1.1.1 and then 1.1.2. I've had no problems thus far, everything works, smb share, pictures, etc.
     
  6. harroxelas

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    I have a Seagate 500GB usb hdd and wiimc recognizes it.

    This app owns. It's my new media app.
     
  7. XLarge

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    Add .srt support!!! Please!
     
  8. Pat123456789

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    It works already.
    Maybe your .srt file doesn't have the same name than the video?
     
  9. Pippin666

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    Not always, some of my srt works under vlc/windows and some doesn't under wiimc. What I do is open it using Aegisub (free) and save-it as something.ssa or srt !!

    Pip'
     
  10. Jacobeian

    Jacobeian GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    check the file encoding of your .srt file, I know that some I got are encoded in a strange text format (UTF-8 + BOM ???) and saving them as ANSI text files make them work again
     
  11. PPSainity

    PPSainity Blinded by Science

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    WiiMC does not handle some line feed characters the same way as Windows does. You can use any subtitle editing software - I like SubMagic, to fix any LF/LR errors in srt files, and then, if that is your issue, they should work fine with WiiMC.

    -[]D
     
  12. F. Lobot

    F. Lobot GBAtemp Regular

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    Maybe now my American DVDs will stop playing in French? And maybe I can click on the menus now?
     
  13. Lexip;

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    Code dumps when I try to open my HDD. Sticking with 1.1.1. Seems about every 3rd or so release is actually usable. (Differs for users)
     
  14. ether2802

    ether2802 we have the techno...!!

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    Mmmmmm.... I already installed (just after using this) the so-famous IOS58, but I still get the white flag sayin' "this IOS is not supported" or sumtin' like that, does anyone else is having this issue...??