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==What you need==
 
==What you need==
  
- A console ready to run homebrew (Twilight hack + SDElfLoader 3.0)
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To get MFE-Wii working on your Wii, you will need the following equipment;
- SDCard
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- Gamecube Pad
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* A Wii Console able to run Homebrew Code (A Wii Console with Zelda: Twilight Princes and the [[Twilight Hack]] Save Game loaded onto your Wii).
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* An SD Card loaded with the [[Homebrew apps/Front SD ELF Loader|Front SD Elf Loader]] installed.
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* A Gamecube control pad.
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* The MFE-Wii Binaries (mfe-wii.elf).
  
 
==Installation==
 
==Installation==
  
- Copy the files mfe-wii.elf and the directory "mfe" to the root of yout SDCard.
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* Preload your SD Card with a working copy of [[Homebrew apps/Front SD ELF Loader|Front SD Elf Loader]].
 
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* Copy the file '''mfe-wii.elf''' and the directory '''mfe''' to the root of your SD Card.
- Copy the ".avi" files that you want to play on your sdcard
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* Copy your .avi files that you want to play to your SD Card.
 
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* Load your SD Card into the front slot of your Wii.
- Put the SDCard on the wii front sdcard reader
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* Ensure that your Gamecube Controller is plugged in.
 
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* Start your Wii and load into your Homebrew Loader.
- Connect the gamecube pad
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* Launch '''mfe-wii.elf''' and select the Media Files you would like to play (note that up and down are revered in menu navigation).
 
 
- Launch the file "mfe-wii.elf", using your favourite method of loading homebrew.
 
  
 
==Instructions==
 
==Instructions==
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==Missing==
 
==Missing==
  
- DVD
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* DVD
- Wiimote
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* Wiimote
  
  
 
==Thanks to==
 
==Thanks to==
  
- The gc-linux team for their effort in porting linux to the wii
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* The gc-linux team for their effort in porting linux to the Wii.
- Isobel, for his great MFE player minidistro.
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* Isobel, for his great MFE player minidistro.

Revision as of 19:54, 19 April 2008

MFE-Wii is an MPlayer Front-End for the Wii, using Wii-Linux 8/4/2008. MFE-Wii provides a front-end controlled by a Gamecube control pad and allows you to play media files directly from the SD Card on your Wii.

Introduction

This project is based on the MFE opensource media player for gc-linux. You can find the original sources on its sourceforge page:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=98581&package_id=156977

This version uses the same sources than the original, there are only some changes on the kernel and the filesystem to adapt it to wii. It uses wii-linux to run on a wii, and the SDL libraries for this system. It will boot using the ARAM filesystem method.

What you need

To get MFE-Wii working on your Wii, you will need the following equipment;

  • A Wii Console able to run Homebrew Code (A Wii Console with Zelda: Twilight Princes and the Twilight Hack Save Game loaded onto your Wii).
  • An SD Card loaded with the Front SD Elf Loader installed.
  • A Gamecube control pad.
  • The MFE-Wii Binaries (mfe-wii.elf).

Installation

  • Preload your SD Card with a working copy of Front SD Elf Loader.
  • Copy the file mfe-wii.elf and the directory mfe to the root of your SD Card.
  • Copy your .avi files that you want to play to your SD Card.
  • Load your SD Card into the front slot of your Wii.
  • Ensure that your Gamecube Controller is plugged in.
  • Start your Wii and load into your Homebrew Loader.
  • Launch mfe-wii.elf and select the Media Files you would like to play (note that up and down are revered in menu navigation).

Instructions

Here is the button relation between the gc-pad and the keyboard:

[digital pad]: Navigate through your filesystem, forward and backward [A]: Launch a file (play) [B]: Stop

Missing

  • DVD
  • Wiimote


Thanks to

  • The gc-linux team for their effort in porting linux to the Wii.
  • Isobel, for his great MFE player minidistro.