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|Release date(s)||December 10, 2007|
|Input methods||Wii Remote|
|GameIDs||HAYA01, HAAA01, HAYK01|
If a user inserts an SD card into the console, or receives photos or videos via email, they can be viewed using the Photo Channel. The user can create a slideshow simply by inserting an SD card with photos and, optionally, MP3 or AAC files. The Wii will automatically add between the photos and play either the music on the SD card or built-in music in the background.
A built-in editor allows users to add markings and effects to their photos. Mosaics and puzzles can also be created with this feature. Edited photos can be saved to the Wii (the Wii will not overwrite data on the SD card) and sent to other Wiis via the message board.
An update to the Photo Channel, named the Photo Channel 1.1, became available on December 10, 2007. It allows customization of the Wii Menu by letting users replace the Photo Channel icon with a picture taken from an SD card or a picture from the Wii Message Board. It also allows playback of songs in random order.
Tons of pictures of that kid messing with his DSI. Dolphin Team, please remove this. [This problem can be fix by delete the wii system menu data folder (Dolphin Emulator\Wii\title\00000001\00000002\data) WARNING: This will erase ALL! Messages on wii message board!]
When you draw a line sometimes it appear and sometimes it's not to fix this set Texture Cache Accuracy to safe.
Set EFB Copy to RAM to fix this problem.
No configuration changes are known to affect compatibility for this channel.
The graph below charts the compatibility with Photo Channel since Dolphin'srelease, listing revisions only where a compatibility change occurred.
This channel has been tested on the environments listed below:
|Windows 7 x64||Intel Core 2 Quad @ 2.6GHz||nVidia GeForce GT120||Runs great, BUT WHO THE HELL IS THAT KID? Edit- I found his posts on the Message Board, he is German(?), you can find them from late 2007 to late 2009-2010, if you got the Wii Menu same way I did, which was not the way Dolphin has it. Anyone who knows how to reset the icon, tell me.||Tom Nook|