Media Player Confusion
Just a quick question if you don't mind:
1) I am aware that USBLoader can be used to display cover art, is there a way to show cover art for movies? I read earlier that WiiMC is a handy media player to use but after checking its website I couldn't spot a cover art option. Its for my child who isn't great at reading just yet - so is there an application that does such a thing?
Never looked into it myself, but that'd be the media player to use. A cursory search says "no" (for movie art) when I just checked.
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A netflix type interface would be cool, but unfortunately I havent found or heard of any app that does that either. If one would happen to surface I would love to hear about it.
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awh well, thats a shame. Just wish I had the time/knowledge to even consider trying to create one.
Thanks for your replies, anyway
C'mon Dev's, You can do it!
A regular media player does much more than a Wii, especially for a kid.
This is true! Although WiiMC is going to have to do me for now, I'm skint!
I do have another quick question though:
I haven't had the chance to put any of my ISO's onto my hard drive - but I did read somewhere that the full hard drive has to be formatted to a WBFS before games can be used from it.. is this correct?
Would I need to buy 1 hard drive for movies and another for games?
and also, are plug 'n' play hard drives compatible?
my Wii runs pretty slow as it is - I figured it could only get slower if it is powering a hard drive..?
And while we're on the subject billyhome - are you aware of a media player with coverart? thats relatively cheap?
All input is appreciated guys.
Look in the Recommended Guides section, your questions are of an elementary nature.