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Current version: 0.82 - Updated 21 October 2009 - 23:28 CET
Wiisic is a freeware software tool to stream music and photos from your Computer to your Wii. To use ist you need to have Java installed on your PC. On your Wii you need only the Opera Web Brwoser of your Wii. If you don't have Java yet, download it using the button on the left. Wiisic is developed by Max Maurer, Gabelsbergerstr. 42, 80333 Munich, Germany. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL MAX MAURER OR ANY OTHER CONTRIBUTOR BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
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If you want to E-Mail me use wiisic_support _at_ (please replace the _at_)

Version history

Upcoming 0.83
- Save the last played song and continue from there on.
- Sorting of Mp3-Files according to either (filename, artist or title).
- Streaming movies...
- Installer for Wiisic with autostart feature
- Close hides the first artist
- Make the Wiisic server use less CPU usage
- Folders as Tree structure
- Selection of multiple folders
- Possibility to minimize Wiisic to tray
- Use of Wiimote buttons for certain functions
- AAC/MP4 support - Ogg support - Skipping to any track position
- Select the delay in picture slideshows
- Skipping in picture slideshows
- Use of the Wii Opera SDK
- Sorting by track numbers
Your idea here! Send it in...
- Unbelievable but finally I just released a new version handling crossdomain policies of the flash player. I'm sorry but I still do not have any time left to continue on with developing Wiisic. But perhaps today will mark a change of plans.
YES! I'm working on Wiisic again. Since many people tend to use Wiisic on Unix OS and they all want to use the 16:9 player there is a new command line option now!
- The new command line option "l white16_9" gives you the possibility to start wiisic from command line with a 16:9 player
Yet again nearly two month after the last update I present a new update of Wiisic. Now capable of streaming photos as well as music...
- Directory navigator can be closed now without selecting a song...
- Select pictures or music files from your disk
- View a photo folder as a slideshow, with your favorite music playing in background...
Since I got my new 16:9 LCD screen last week. I concluded, do work again on Wiisic. I spent the last three days, rewriting the complete player code. Now the whole application should be hopefully "uncrashable".
- New feature: Directory navigator. Navigate through all subdirectories of the folder you specified and play the files in there.
- Complete new player code. Hopefully "uncrashable".
- 16:9 white player skin.
- Commandline interface. For those unix-server freaks, with no graphics at all. Use "java -jar Wiisic.jar -?" for options.
- I received a new Icon File from cubedman990. For those of you who want to create a link to their Wiisic jar file, download it here.
- Icon added: The java cup is gone! Wiisic now has it's on application icon (launch it and look in the upper left corner). Big Thanks goes out to DeadMeat_84, who created it.
- Network error fixed: Another error on network adaptors should now be fixed. The Mac-Adress problem from Version 0.76 reappeared.
- Network error fixed: The last fixed created the same problem on unix computers. Advanced IP checking is performed now.
- Network error fixed: The correct IP of the selected network device was not used by Wiisic
- Network error fixed: Instead of an IP-Adress Mac adresses have been displayed on Mac Computers
- Users with multiple network interfaces, can now select on which of them Wiisic should be installed (experts option)
- The folder chooser has been completly rewritten (saves 50 K, and should run on Vista, XP, MacOS and Linux now) (Testreports appreciated)
- Added a "Black Player"
- Wiisic settings like shuffle mode or the selected folder are automatically saved
- The playlist now shows the filename if no artist and title is present
- Reenabled streaming funtionality, so songs start playing much faster.
- Change the file loading procedure for better Opera browser support.
- Changes to the player disable multiple file load. This should protect from Opera crashes and Wii freezes.
- Now with subdirectory support
First version (had no version number yet)
- Wiisic was first released on 30 Jan 2007