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    I see : ) I'll wait with patience. Thanks again.

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    OK I realized that .mp4 aac+ playback is broken as of 0.04 -_-
    I got the dump here ASA the server is up again...
    Last edited by HCK91; August 18th, 2008 at 22:00.

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    Default WiiTube. Mplayer v0.05 patched for youtube

    Hi,

    This is my first post. I've patched mplayerwii v0.05 to provide youtube support.

    The main idea is that you can add mplayerwii.conf something like:

    # WiiTube - videos embedded in a youtube link
    youtube_cache = 1 # Will download the flv to SD
    stream =
    stream = http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p ... 07C1AE3241
    stream = http://www.youtube.com/results?search_q ... &partner=1

    First link is a direct video, second is a video play list and third is a custom example with the result of a search. The parser will follow the page looking for flv video references and calling mplayer to ordered play.

    The youtube_cache = 1 will download each video as a temporary file in the SD before playing it, but I'm afraid it is not working properly (libfat rw support?)

    This is a first version and has a lot of bugs (I know), but this is my first homebrew application and ... without usbgecko.. I'm waiting your comments!

    The source code:
    http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=3LBMOWR0

    Binary:
    http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=BOKLMB4J

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienmind View Post
    Hi,

    This is my first post. I've patched mplayerwii v0.05 to provide youtube support.

    The main idea is that you can add mplayerwii.conf something like:

    # WiiTube - videos embedded in a youtube link
    youtube_cache = 1 # Will download the flv to SD
    stream = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si_2Kupo13c
    stream = http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p ... 07C1AE3241
    stream = http://www.youtube.com/results?search_q ... &partner=1

    First link is a direct video, second is a video play list and third is a custom example with the result of a search. The parser will follow the page looking for flv video references and calling mplayer to ordered play.

    The youtube_cache = 1 will download each video as a temporary file in the SD before playing it, but I'm afraid it is not working properly (libfat rw support?)

    This is a first version and has a lot of bugs (I know), but this is my first homebrew application and ... without usbgecko.. I'm waiting your comments!

    The source code:
    http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=3LBMOWR0

    Binary:
    http://www.megaupload.com/es/?d=BOKLMB4J

    Thanks!
    I hate to ask, but what's the point? Internet Channel has youtube support, and while it's not free, near everyone with internet on their Wii has it.
    Unless this will stream better, or give better quality, I'd much rather use the internet channel. I don't have to write down all the youtube URLs.

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    The only point is that Internet Channel doesn't show the videos really fullscreen (the navigation bar remain), and I hate to prepare each video scrolling up and down, pausing each video, forwarding to the end, pressing "fullscreen". I feel more confortable to prepare my navigation as a playlist and watching all at once.

    And of course, it was something funny to code.

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    About that, look in your Internet Channel options.
    One word: Autohide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alienmind View Post
    The only point is that Internet Channel doesn't show the videos really fullscreen (the navigation bar remain), and I hate to prepare each video scrolling up and down, pausing each video, forwarding to the end, pressing "fullscreen". I feel more confortable to prepare my navigation as a playlist and watching all at once.

    And of course, it was something funny to code.
    You can set the navigation bar to "auto hide", then it works fine fullscreen.:thumbup:

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    Alien, I have an idea for another "funny" project to code.

    Add MKV with subtitle support =D
    BEAT THE DEVELOPER TO IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by PappaSpanx View Post
    You can set the navigation bar to "auto hide", then it works fine fullscreen.:thumbup:
    Yes, but the fullscreen video plays on top of the windowed video. I have to pause the windowed one, seek to the end (to stop buffering), press fullscreen, wait... and repeat the procedure for each video. I see some TV programs weekly, splited in 6 parts or more. Youtube sucks a lot when linking one part to the next (does anybody know their criteria?). I really feel more confortable having the posibility to provide a playlist and let mplayer do it for me.

    But of course you can continue using Internet Channel for other casual videos.

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    I can see your point. The playlist could become quite useful.

    Good job by the way.

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