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UsendMii is a Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) and Mac OS X software that will let use your Wii U GamePad on your computer. UsendMii will also allow you to view MP4 videos from your PC on the Wii U GamePad and your TV.
How To Use
- Choose an available port for the web server. By default port 80 is used.
- Map the GamePad buttons to the wanted keys.
- Left-click on the button to detect the input (keyboard or mouse).
- Right-click on the button to show a pop-up menu. The Clear, vJoy, Detect and Mouse option could be used to set a key.
- Click on the Start button.
- Open the Wii U Internet Browser and use the URL shown in UsendMii (URL to use in the WII U Internet Browser).
- You may need to click on the Refresh button each time UsendMii starts.
- Use the same steps as above.
- Choose a Video Folder where MP4 videos are stored.
- Add /video to the URL used above.
- On the Wii U GamePad click on the video you want to view.
vJoy (virtual joystick for Windows)
- Download vJoy from the Official Site.
- Read the How to Install steps.
- Before launching UsendMii Configure the vJoy Device. UsendMii will pick the first device that is available. Only buttons and axes (X, Y, Z, Rx, Ry and Rz) are supported.
- Launch UsendMii and Calibrate the vJoy Device in the Game Controllers (joy.cpl) Properties.
- Configure your games to use the proper vJoy Device.
How Does It Work
- UsendMii is a HTTP server that delivers Web content to the Wii U Internet Browser software.
- The button states are converted to JSON and sent via a POST request to UsendMii.
- When received, UsendMii will simulate keystrokes, mouse motions, or button clicks.
- Touch screen was not working.
- Key mapping was not working in Windows.
- Mac OS X version is now available (some functionalities are missing).
- Key mapping could be saved and loaded from XML files.
- Added touch screen (Left, Right, Up and Down).
- Seeking an MP4 video is now working.
- Added support for mouse wheel, mouse X buttons and vJoy (virtual joystick).
- Viewing MP4 video from a folder on your PC is now possible.
- Stick could be used for moving the cursor.
- Now using XMLHttpRequest instead of jQuery.
- Mouse buttons could be simulated.
- Input could be used when the touch screen is touched.
- Better key mapping
- Key names are always in English
- Original version
- Crayon: code
- ketufe: ideas and testing
- vashgs: original concept