Wiibrew coder Tantric, together with rodries, has released a new version of their WiiMC app, a feature-packed, open source alternative media player for the Nintendo Wii.
What's new in the latest release? Well, according to the devs, version 1.1.4 fixes "some potential crashes" It also includes some changes under the hood and a couple new settings has been added.
Synced to MPlayer r32994
Fixed crash in Online Media area
Fixed crashes on ogg and mp4 files
Added Inactivity Shutdown setting
Added separate settings to change backward/forward skip
Improved memory management
Other minor changes
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