Justin Lee On August 20, 2007 at 7:44 am

X-OOM Software sends word on an interesting software for your computer that will convert videos so you can watch them from the Nintendo Wii SD slot (the bigger the SD card, the better the quality). So far only a UK price and release has been announced.

X-OOM Software, a leading publisher of digital media software for mobile devices, has launched X-OOM Movies on Wii.

Nintendo fans will breathe a sigh of relief as movies and TV shows can now be converted for playback on their TV via the Wii.

X-OOM’s latest software, supporting the MJPEG codec, allows for perfect quality playback. Simply run the DVD on a PC and save the file using ‘Movies on Wii’ to the appropriate format; once this is complete, transfer the file to the Wii using an SD memory card.

With a number of editing options including an ‘Expert Mode’, you can also cut and back up individual scenes and whole movies as you wish. With help from X-OOM’s Fit-To-Stick technology, movies can be automatically loaded onto the memory card in a short, simple process using only the space that is available.

X-OOM Movies on Wii offers extensive support of video formats including DivX, XviD, MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV etc.

More info can be found at: http://www.x-oom.com/

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