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  • in reply to: Here’s how to play your HD files with WiiMC #25047
    malayka
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    Hi again,

    I wanted to know if there’s a way to make the video less choppy/laggy, and i’m also getting buffering delays…which is annoying, i already tried lowering video bitrate but it seems not working, isn’t wifi connection just good enaugh?

    in reply to: Here’s how to play your HD files with WiiMC #25045
    malayka
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    Ok i found out what was wrong…i had included some extra lines which messed the bat up, now it’s working like a charm, thanks anyways.

    in reply to: Here’s how to play your HD files with WiiMC #25043
    malayka
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    Lol then i had installed ffmpeg correctly, so problem there. But i found some mistakes in the location lines to mediainf oand ffmpeg, but still…vlc won’t run when i send a video to streamvideo.bat, vlc.exe is located correctly in the commandline. Meanwhile i’ll try to start from a blank sheet and recreate streamvideo.bat.

    Oh also it was not the streamvideo.bat window that closes, it was ffmpeg’s so forget about that.

    in reply to: Here’s how to play your HD files with WiiMC #25041
    malayka
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    Ok, i guess i have problems with ffmpeg…it won’t install for me,ffmpeg.exe command window opens and closes in split second so i’m not able to read the lines( i also have tried different versions). And streamvideo.bat constantly screens this line and nothing else (echo is on): “C:Documents and SettingsMättad.FBI-7098D0434B4Desktop>StreamVideo.bat”. I also have removed all the (x86). But still as i said VLC won’t run after sending a video to streamvideo.bat, only the command window opens screening that line.

    in reply to: Here’s how to play your HD files with WiiMC #25034
    malayka
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    Ok i just made an account to get some help.

    Would u guys pls make a guide, a step by step guide how to get this working because it’s really hard to understand all that command thing by the vlc community.

    Thing is that i just can’t get those bats working, streamvideo.bat won’t even run vlc(command window opens but keeps repeating the location of streamvideo.bat) and only way i can get signal to wiimc is by stream command on vlc(no transcoding that way i guess, which makes wiimc crash). By now i have tried everything and feel very frustrated. Could please someone simplify that “guide” from videolan for non-pc-gurus.

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