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Click here to cancel reply. All rights reserved. If you have the Internet Channel you can use WiiTransfer. It does more than just videos as well. Wii Transfer can share your movies, music, and pictures directly to your Nintendo Wii using the Internet Channel. Copy Miis from your Wii back to your Mac and save them as images. Browse iTunes playlists and iPhoto albums on your television.

Wii Transfer for Mac OS turns your Wii into a media center, but not really

Convert your movies to formats the Wii understands, either streaming directly from your Mac or for playback in the Wii's Photo Channel. Wii Transfer can even manage saved game backups copied to an SD card.

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There is a port of MPlayer v0. However I haven't had success with MKV files in p.

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This does require the Homebrew Channel. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.

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Is it possible to stream from my Mac to my Wii? Ask Question. Asked 10 years, 1 month ago. At first, only AAC would work on Plex but that's been fixed. Once you find your video, you can change the audio track or turn on subtitles if you wish. Then just click on play and watch it. The first time you play a video it might give you a choice of speeds to stream it at.

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I chose the highest speed it offered, and that worked just fine. By default Plex will scan your media folders once an hour for new media.

It is possible to delete media on your computer directly from the Wii U if you like. Languages will allow you to set a default language for audio and subtitles. You can also ask that subtitles always appear with foreign audio. Share Pin Email.

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