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    Article: WiiMC 1.2.4 released


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    certain MP4's still don't work

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    on me it crashes randomly after listening to MP3s for a while, also, they should add a few more features, like sarch, playlist save & load, creation, shuffle, a lot of stuf is missing!

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    The player works pretty good but I still have sync issues with some videos, most notably the new episodes of Naruto I have as 480p MKV.

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    @SNES_Master

    this can be due to compression. Some encoder use compression while muxing which give less support to all devices/player (western digital live, some tvs that support USB, etc) i found that removing the compression at the muxing is very reliable

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    Quote Originally Posted by wil32
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    this can be due to compression. Some encoder use compression while muxing which give less support to all devices/player (western digital live, some tvs that support USB, etc) i found that removing the compression at the muxing is very reliable
    How do I remove the compression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    How do I remove the compression?
    he is referring to header compression of the mkv file, just remux it in the latest version of mkvtoolnix


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian
    he is referring to header compression of the mkv file, just remux it in the latest version of mkvtoolnix
    Ok, that won't have any effect on the quality right? Sorry for not knowing this stuff, I usually only convert stuff for my iPhone using Xvid4PSP which pretty much does it all for me lol.

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