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This is Bill again with Team Navi-X. Seeing as how there is no real tutorial about using Navi-X on WiiMC, I will now attempt to explain the basic functionality and features of Navi-X.
The most important thing for you to know about Navi-X is that we host user created playlists, where users can add links to popular online media to a playlist for personal playback or for sharing with other users. What this means for you WiiMC users is that you can create an online community of playlists for watching via the internet and online media. You can also have your playlists added to our Users Directory for browsing and sharing with other WiiMC users. The cool part about this is if people using WiiMC create playlists for Navi-X, a MASSIVE online archive of content can be created and shared with all!! It’s like having your own online community for sharing working online content with all other WiiMC users!!
Now for some Navi-X history… Navi-X was created originally for the Xbox Media Center or XBMC. It was originally a script or plugin for XBMC that allows you to stream Video, Audio, Pictures, Text, RSS, Podcasts, Movies, TV Shows, Music, Streaming Radio, Live Streams and video site hosted content. The entire premise of Navi-X is that everything is created with a series of playlists which are organized and linked together internally for continuous navigation, organization and browsing of online media content, added by users of Navi-X. Navi-X features began to expand with the help of “media portals”, where users could add their own links to content playlists for sharing or playback instantly. Navi-X began to expand it’s content as well using something called “Processors”, which are like plugins for XBMC that can be maintained from our server… so instead of traditional plugins, where you HAVE to download the latest update every time the site admin changes something on their website, we just update the “Processor” and nobody has to download anything new in order to experience near seamless connectivity to the most popular websites hosting content on the internet. Today, with over 85,000 continuous users of Navi-X, we have built an entire online playlist directory where people can browse media from popular sources for playback or download inside of Navi-X from our Networks directory or our user created playlists, created from people just like you!
What you need to know about Navi-X inside of WiiMC right now!!... For starters, WiiMC is not yet fully capable of replicating all of the features and functions of Navi-X. This means the only thing WiiMC users will see inside of Navi-X is content that is currently capable of working in WiiMC for playback… we here at Navi-X have filtered out non-working content from our directories automatically for you so when you browse content in Navi-X, you will only see WiiMC compatible content for the time being… This means none of the more incredible features in Navi-X are available in WiiMC’s connection to Navi-X at this time, including Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, RSS, Text, Pictures or anything requiring a Processor. The good news is, with time and progress; these features may eventually become available for WiiMC users!! As we get the opportunity to port our code over for use in WiiMC, we hope to eventually offer these things as well one day. Until then, you are limited to only direct linking to Video and Audio content that WiiMC can playback.
How do I create playlists inside of Navi-X??... Go to navi-xtreme · verified user media
to create a free account so you get access to live chat, forums and our playlist hosting system. Once your account is created, you can begin creating playlists on Navi-X for instant access inside of Navi-X for WiiMC! Then you should be able to access Navi-X in WiiMC and find your playlist in the “User List”, once it has been created. Once you add a link to Navi-X, that’s it!! Your content is accessible and live via Navi-X instantly!!
If you have Navi-X related questions, feel free to check out our forums for help and details or post here and I will look for your post when it applies to Navi-X.
For many of you, this is a brand new concept that might be hard to understand at first, but with a little help and reading, I think you will find Navi-X to be one of the coolest features in WiiMC!! With a little programming and time, Navi-X will surely get better and better for WiiMC users, as well as offer more content for you in the future! If anybody needs any help whatsoever or has questions regarding Navi-X, feel free to ask about them here! I hope this better explains what exactly Navi-X is and sheds a little light on this new feature. I hope you enjoy it!