Wii Media Center X was a free multimedia server developed by Red Kawa. It was intended to allow you to stream certain types of pictures, music, videos and files from your computer (where the server running) to your Nintendo Wii. The early alpha version runs on most major operating systems including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. It is no longer being developed and there are no plans to restart development.
Videos - Wii Media Center X lets you stream and watch videos in the Flash video format (FLV) on your Wii. You can download flash videos from many places on the internet or create your own using Wii Video 9.
Music - Wii Media Center X lets you playback MP3s on your Wii without the need of an SD card.
Pictures - Red Kawa Media Center lets you view pictures on your Wii without the need of an SD card.
Files - Wii Media Center X lets you browse your files located on your server.
The latest version of Wii Media Center X can be downloaded by clicking the link below.
Notice: There are known issues with this first early alpha. You can find out more details here. We are working hard to fix these issues.Download Now - Windows Installer Early Alpha Download Now - Multi-platform Alpha (Mac OS X, Linux, Unix)
To learn how to setup and use Wii Media Center X, please visit our tutorials section for screenshots and more detailed explanations about the features of the Red Kawa Media Centers.Tutorials
Although Wii Media Center X is available free of charge, there are still costs involved with developing and distributing the software. If you enjoy using Wii Media Center X and would like to support its development, please consider making a donation.Donate
Please use the Red Kawa Media Center Forum for any help requests, technical support requests, software problems, bug reports or feature requests related to Wii Media Center X.
If you need to contact the Red Kawa Media Center development team regarding an issue that is NOT mentioned above, please use this contact form.