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License:
Freeware (Free)
Size:
2.3 MB
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Downloads:
1120
Platform:
Windows XP / Vista
Publisher:
Mike Anderson(more)
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Publisher's Descriptions
BlueTunes is a program that will allow you to use the Nintendo remote (Wiimote) as a remote control for your computer music library. Using bluetooth technology, the Wiimote will allow you to control your music collection from 50 feet away.

Walls and floors will be no problem whatsoever. Even the Wiimote's motion sensing is utilized - shake the Wiimote to the right and the next track is played.

You will need to purchase a Wiimote if you don't already have one (a Nintendo Wii is not needed) and a bluetooth adapter (if your computer isn't already bluetooth enabled).

The following media players are supported: iTunes, winamp, Napster, Windows Media Player, VLC, Quintessential Player, Media Player Classic, Foobar2000 and Zune.

The following functions are supported: Play/Pause, Prev/Next Track, Volume, Shuffle, 15 Second Jump, Display Visualizer, Display Track Info, Add to playlist, Minimize all Windows, Turn Off PC, Mouse Controls, Bass Controls.



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System Requirements

· .NET Framework 2.0
· Nintendo Wiimote
· Bluetooth enabled PC

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