Help me set up video capture for live-streaming? <3<3<3

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  1. Thirty3Three
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    So I'm starting up a YouTube live stream channel (or at least hoping to...) I'm using B9S and Luma 8.


    I know there's some NTR thing (plugin?) which will help me with video capturing. (Is it reliable btw? For livestreaming? For hours?)

    I want to livestream pokemon shiny hunting and stream a few times a week.


    Can someone please walk me through the process of getting such a plugin working under Luma 8 (or some way, being that I'm on Luma 8? Maybe some sort of "dual boot" thing?) so that I can achieve my goal?


    Thank you SO much in advance.

    Much love, Thirty.
     
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    Yes it's reliable but has a little bit of latency while streaming and it does not record audio. No need to dual boot because it needs luma to run and is not really a CFW (it's actually a .cia file.) Also the "CFW" itself does not stream, you need something like obs for that. Also just search ntr CFW and you'll find what your looking for.

    link for ntr cfw: https://github.com/44670/BootNTR/releases/tag/3.2

    link for obs: https://obsproject.com/

    Enjoy!

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    Thanks guys.

    Cjmcgiv, appreciate it. There's no way to include audio? That may make my goal problematic... is there any way around that...? Any other way for video capture?

    VinLark, thanks for the link, bro.
     
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    this is the video guide I used, it's very easy to understand and (currently) up to date

    Edit: if you want 3dsx version of boot ntr selector so you dont get banned someone posted one in the thread for it
     
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    Thank you. Can I do this even with audio? And it says "How to get NTR Custom Firmware" and shows how to install... will that fuck with my current B9S/Luma, or overwrite it?
     
  7. Adeka

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    you need a 3.5mm auxiliary cord to have sound

    booting ntr is like launching a game/homebrew, it doesnt affect luma or boot9strap
     
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    shit. No sound then. So if I buy one, would I plug one end into my 3DS and one into my PC's headphone jack?
     
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    No Idea
    Microphone port I think
     
  10. Adeka

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    you can get one online for literally a dollar, super cheap

    it goes in the microphone jack which is right next to the headphone jack
     
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    it wont connect... ugh. Goddamn.

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    "Make sure your using Boot NTR Selector and laoding 3.4" (using 3.5... there's no 3.4 option)


    THat's the only thing from the list that oculd be it...

    Also I can't connect my Vita nor 3DS to any FTP client... could this be the saem fucknig reason?
     
  12. Adeka

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    3.5 is fine

    whats the actual error?
     
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  14. Adeka

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    you got an ethernet wired connection on your computer?
     
  15. GizmoTheGreen

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    if you're using NTR 3.5 you need another WIFI patch for pokemon and such
    write(0x00105B00, (0x70, 0x47), pid=0x1a)

    I don't think kitkat has updated for this so disable the built in command and use that one manually it might help.
    you turned debugging on in NTR menu right? (press X+Y for it)
     
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    Yep


    and
    Wut?
     
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    Kit-Kat has fixed the wifi patch for pokemon, you also just patch the code.bin with an NFC patch to get rid of that error entirely.
    He's asking if you enabled the Debugger in NTR. Steps...
    1. Load the DS
    2. Open Kit-Kat
    3. Run NTR
    4. Press X+y on your console to open the NTR menu, choose "enable debugger"
    5. Connect your 3DS to Kit-Kat using your 3DS' IP address
    6. Launch your game.

    To get sound like someone already said you need an auxiliary cord plugged into your Mic jack, then tell your audio driver to "listen" to the port and play it through the speakers (or headphones, whatever). Then when you use OBS/XSplit point the audio recording to the headphones or speakers that are "listening" to your 3DS.
     
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    that might introduce a delay depending on audio driver/chip/OS and other stuff. it's better to select the Line in/mic input directly as the source in OBS/recording software and have that, in turn monitor/play the audio. it might still be delayed as you play but it'll be immediate in recording.
     
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    I had one set up. if you can give me a week to get back to my pc, I can get a really nice overlay for you, as well as all of the settings in obx pre-figured out
     
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    Thanks guys!

    Hambone that would be amazing thank you!:)


    So It's connecting now... but I'm getting a white screen :I Disabled ANY and ALL anti virus and defender stuff.

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    anyone...? o.o