Updating flash player on nintendo wii
But have you tried hooking up your computer to your TV set?
i Player programmes, particularly downloaded programmes, look great on a TV.
Recent patent filings suggest that there is some sort of touchscreen, however, along with other unannounced features.
Nintendo will reveal more specs in the coming months. We'd guess that there's only a need for one if the Switch has a touchscreen, so the answer to this is dependent on how Nintendo answers our previous question.
If you're experiencing buffering issues, try turning off those p2p downloads that are running on other computers around your home.
The Flash player that ships with Wii was designed to support You Tube-style quality levels rather than the much higher video quality that we try to provide in i Player.
Nintendo finally showcased its next system today: Nintendo Switch, a tablet-style device that's both portable and prepped for traditional home console-style play.If you have an LCD or plasma TV, chances are that it will have a Video Graphics Array input which will give even better picture quality when connected to the VGA output of your notebook PC.On your Wii, you'll first need to install the Internet Channel, which costs 500 Wii points, or approx. Unfortunately, there's no alternative to having to buy the Wii Internet Channel for i Player web site access at his time.There are over 2.5 million Wiis in the UK, which according to Nintendo should reach five million by Christmas, so getting onto Wii means potentially a huge new audience for BBC i Player.
However, we're taking a phased approach to this, where we've started with a relatively low development effort of keeping our regular i Player site (which is a bit large for the Wii's 800 pixel-wide screen size, requiring some scrolling when browsing for programmes) and encoding content in Flash 7 format.Unfortunately, that means on Wii, at least at this time, our programmes won't look as crisp as on Mac, PC or i Phone.