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Wii Transfer 2.5 adds movie streaming

updated 11:15 am EDT, Fri September 28, 2007

Wii Transfer 2.5 released

Riverfold Software has launched the latest version of Wii Transfer, a program that enables files to be shared between Macs and Nintendo's Wii console. Users can copy over saved games, browse iPhoto albums, or stream music from iTunes in MP3 or unprotected AAC formats. Version 2.5 adds the critical movie streaming component, allowing users to drag-and-drop videos for conversion, and then watch the results through the Wii's Internet Channel. The update can now also view Safari and Firefox bookmarks, and set background music for slideshows. Navigation with the Wii Remote is said to be improved as well. Wii Transfer is a Universal Binary for Mac OS X 10.4, and costs $20; a free demo is also available, but movies streamed in the trial do not have any sound.




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  1. benhur

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    sweet

    pretty cool software. I'll have to try it when I get home. The wii is a lot of fun. Games likes Madden and Metroid are taken to a whole new level with the Wii controls.

    I would love to save my games to the mac and listen to my iTunes and view my iPhotos on my Wii. Pretty cool.

  1. petsounds

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    wrong platform

    While this looks pretty cool, I'd rather see the company focus on the PS3, which has much more utility as a media hub than the Wii does.

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