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VLC Shares: Watch HD Videos from Youtube, Megavideo and Many More on Your Wii and Android Phone

VLC Shares is a web-app written in php that fetches media from websites (eg. Megavideo, Youtube etc) and allows users to watch HD Files through VLC transcoding in WiiMC (Wii Media Center)  and Android phones without have to download them first.

VLC Shares that can be hosted on a Apache server is accessed from a browser and comes with a plug-in based structure that extends it capabilities and features. An online video library with all the info and metadata can be easily made by a single click. All you need to do is click on VLC Shares bookmarklet and it will fetch links and details about the videos on a webpage for your library.
Full Features
  • Watch HD files in WiiMC and Android phones through VLC transcoding
  • Browse and watch your media stored in HDD
  • Use embedded or file subtitles while transcoding
  • Recognize h264/aac files and change transcoding profile on the fly to prevent vlc bugs
  • Watch videos hosted by Megavideo, Youtube with Closed Caption,,,,,,, using plug-ins
  • Get infos about streams through WiiMC/Android Interface
About WiiMC

WiiMC (Wii Media Center) is is a free and open source media player for the Wii video game console. Features include:
  • Uses MPlayer as back end
  • Ability to play virtually any video or audio format
  • DVD playback, with DVD menu support
  • Picture viewer
  • Music player
  • Online media support, including SHOUTcast, YouTube, and Navi-X
  • SD, USB 2.0, SMB, HTTP, and FTP support
  • Attractive libwiigui-based interface, designed with the Wii in mind
Check out a nice video showing VLC Shares in action

Installation Instructions

  • Installation and Configuration instructions for Ubuntu can be found here
  • Android Configuration instructions can be found here
  • WiiMC installation instructions can be found here and here


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