I personally use VirtualDubMod to split and join AVI files, works great and free...Maybe a video editing program can split the avi.
I have googled VirtualDubMod and find an app that is out of development. Does it work with the newer types of video files?
VirtualDubMod | Download VirtualDubMod software for free at SourceForge.net
EDIT - I see that VirtualDub is still in development - http://www.virtualdub.org/
Is that the one you use?
Last edited by Stomp_442; 02-05-2011 at 11:47 AM.
yes, my mistake, I always type VirtualDubMod out of habit I suppose. VirtualDub will do the splitting/joining of your AVI files, but it will not do MKV or newer container video formats. Another option to spiltting your videos is to dump the AVI container because it predates the dinosaurs is to use mkvmerge GUI, makes it to a MKV and splits it how you want it...
Last edited by Brian; 02-05-2011 at 12:11 PM. Reason: additional info...la
Hey Wiihacks, I am hoping someone can help me with a problem. I have a softmod that is playing .wbfs games from a WD 2TB HDD [FAT32] using config usb loader. no probs! (my HDD was confirmed as an approved HDD prior to me buying it)
I have HBC installed.
I am trying to play video files, mostly .avi, through either WiiMC or MPlayer CE .75, both apps say they can not find my USB HDD. I downloaded cIOS installer but when I run the app, it needs a network to obtain the, what I believe is the right IOS-36, which I do not have a wireless connection for my wii.
I do have the ability to run a fix through an SD card. Can anyone help me out with some advice? Thanks in advance
Is this a question about cIOS installer or WiiMC? Your question is unclear. And what cIOS installer are you referring to?
Last edited by Stomp_442; 02-05-2011 at 01:43 PM. Reason: spelling
Well it's really about getting WiiMC or MPlayer to recognize my USB HDD so I can watch video files.
In the txt file from the MPlayer download it advises this....
However that tehskeen link is inactive.For USB 2.0 support you will need to install the USB 2.0 cIOS from here
(please note that this requires an internet connection):
Make sure to watch it download and install in case it fails and returns to HBC.
Those that install this cIOS do not require DVDx.
Offline installation is available. For a guide please see here:
After hours of looking on Wiihacks, I am still unsure HOW I get my HDD recognized in WiiMC or MPlayer. My HDD is formatted FAT32. No partitions.
Last edited by r2t; 02-05-2011 at 01:57 PM.
WiiMC - install the lastest version of WiiMC 1.1.2, WiiMC channel 1.7, IOS58 v6176. WiiMC will only recognize one usb device, so it you have two of them plugged in then unplug the device that does not have the movie on it. WiiMC does not use a cIOS, it runs from IOS58. Look in the first post to obtain IOS58 v6176. Read the first post, everything is explained.
Mplayer CE - HERE.
Here is a more up to date IOS202 - WiiMC IOS202 installer v1.1 or LOOK HERE for an offline install, install IOS202 only for Mplayer CE. That cIOS installer you link to is an old installer that installs Hermes IOS202 v3.
Last edited by Stomp_442; 02-05-2011 at 02:12 PM.
Nope, just one HDD USB device. Is that the problem? I am trying to run everything off of one FAT32 partition.
Make sure to install the channel (forwarder). Try the WiiMC channel 1.7 (wad install). If you do not use the channel then WiiMC may not have usb support.
ive run wiimc 112 from hbc and it plays ok. it doesnt allow me to fast forward / rewind within a movie though.
anyone else experienced the same?
edit. im using 1.0.3
Last edited by Rudidudi; 02-06-2011 at 04:41 AM.