- Attractive libwiigui-based interface, designed with the Wii in mind
- Picture viewer
- Music player
- On-line media support, including SHOUTcast, YouTube, and Navi-X
- FAT32/NTFS from SD and USB 2.0 (FAT32 recommended)
- Network playback via SMB, HTTP, and FTP
- Multi-language support: Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Romanian, Russian, Spanish
- Synced to MPlayer r32341
- Fixed a crash that happened if your router was turned off
- Fixed “blank listing” issue for SMB
- Improved memory management, resulting in improved performance
- Improved USB compatibility and speed
- USB bug fixes
- NTFS bug fixes
- Fixed audio sync regression from 1.0.9
- Change YouTube default to 480p
- Fixed “vanishing pointer” issue when watching CPU-intensive videos
- Improved shuffle for music
- Channel updated (improved USB compatibility)
- Other miscellaneous bug fixes/improvements
- You must have IOS58 to use this channel. Either upgrade to System Menu 4.3, or use the IOS58 Installer.
- You must have Homebrew Channel 1.0.8+ running on IOS58 to run the installer. If HBC is not using IOS58, reinstall it.
- This channel tries load apps/wiimc/boot.dol from SD or USB. You must have WiiMC installed in one of these locations.
- Copy the installer files to your SD/USB device
- Launch the installer from HBC
- Click Install
- DVD playback, with DVD menu support (newer Wiis have incompatible drives)
- Files with AVC/H.264 video streams (typically .mp4, .mkv or .flv’s from YouTube or other sites) with resolutions up to 720x480p usually play correctly.
- Files with MPEG-4 Simple video streams (typically XVID/DIVX .avi’s) with resolutions up to 656×352 play correctly.
- Files with MPEG-2 PS video streams (typically DVD rips and TV-DVR recorded .mpg’s) with resolutions up to 720×480 play correctly.
- Files with MPEG-2 TS video streams (typically HDTV recorded .ts files) with resolutions up to 1280×720 play correctly.
- AAC, AC3, FLAC, MP3, OGG Vorbis, WavPack, and WAV PCM Audio Streams all play correctly.
Supported File Extensions
3gp, asf, avi, bik, divx, dpg, dv, dvr-ms, evo, f4v, flc, fli, flv, iso, m1v, m2t, m2ts, m2v, m4v, mkv, mov, mp4, mp4v, mpe, mpeg, mpg, mqv, nsv, nuv, ogm, qt, rmvb, swf, trp, ts, vdr, vfw, viv, vob, vro, wmv, y4m (maximum allowed resolution: 1280×720)
aac, ac3, aif, aiff, amr, ape, apl, asf, flac, m4a, m4b, m4p, mka, mp2, mp3, mpc, ogg, ra, ram, rm, shn, wav, wma, wv
bmp, jpeg, jpg, png, gif
asx, m3u, pls, plx, ram, smil
- CD playback: the Wii drive is DVD only
- HD output: even on component cable Wii hardware is limited to 480p or 576i
- 5.1 sound: Wii hardware has only two analogue audio output channels (2.0)
- 720p/1080p playback or downscale: power is not enough to even decode, not to mention downscaling
- Deinterlace: CPU is not powerful enough, and MPlayer filters are not optimized
- You need to have IOS58 (more info) for USB 2.0 support. It comes with game “Your Shape” and also with System Menu 4.3, or you can use the IOS58 Installer
- DVD playback requires HBC 1.0.8 or the latest official WiiMC channel
- No cIOS is required!
Quick Start Guide
You must have an SD or USB device, even if you only want to play over the network. WiiMC’s core (MPlayer) requires a scratch area.
- Unzip the archive’s contents directly to the root of your SD or USB device (FAT32 or NTFS)
- Load WiiMC via HBC
- SD cards and USB drives will show up automatically
- Set up network shares in the Settings menu if you want to play media over the network (optional)
- Set your subtitle encoding and language (optional)
- Navigate and play your media files
Download Link: http://www.wiimc.org/downloads/