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Discussion in '3DS - Tutorials' started by NekoMichi, Apr 19, 2016.
Try using NitroMac, it runs as a native MacOS application.
I was wondering, how do you get the cool N3DS skin on your capture? :o
That was added in post-processing.
NitroMac works perfect, but how can I play pokemon sun and record it with it? it doesnt seem to write a nfc patch or something like that.
hi, im trying to stream pokemon moon but i cant record off-line in game ( yes my internet conection on ), i need play matchs or change pokemon only ? i cant record a normal gameplay ?
sorry for the worst english ever ^^
NTR updated to support streaming on 11.4.
Just tested it out and got a stream set up
If you're on windows it should say "write NFC patch" just click that and start recording. Pokemon should work finde than. You can also use kit kat on windows which is more user friendly. I don't know how to record sun/moon offline on mac. Hope someone can help us there
where do i find the "NTR CFW starter pack"?
My folder only contains 'NitroStream.exe', and 'Octokit.dll.
The rest of the files are nowhere to be found, I've searched through various downloads but there's just nothing...
Seriously though, I feel like i'm missing something really obvious.
It is linked on one of the older bootntr github releases
I hope i don't remenber wrong but for recording online in Pokèmon you should NOT HAVE the NTR Plugin cheat code. But i think that this video can help you more, is not mine but for me help.
Hi to all, finally i have the solution, for record off line you need downgrade to 11.0. For record online we need the version 11.4 and NTR 3.5 and all fine ^^.
thats the proof offline record :
if someone need help i can try help you, mail me email@example.com
thanks for all information and sorry for the worst english in the world
Nah is better then my engrish x°D
Does anybody know of a 3.5mm Bluetooth transmitter that can send audio from the 3ds to a Windows PC? My computer's a little far from where I'll be sitting when I'm streaming, and I'd like to avoid a daisy chain of 20-30 feet of auxiliary cables if I can help it. Already tried one transmitter that didn't work, though. Thought I'd ask here if anybody else has figured out a wireless audio solution?
I just streamed offline in 11.4 this past hour. Just need to use the new memory patch code for 11.4
One thing. I still on 11.3 and i recently update NTR, becouse i see the comment that say that now i supported, so now i can update with no problem or i still need to add something?
Thanks for the guide! Works better than i expected.
The picture quality is good but the framerate never goes higher than 38-40. My router is fairly old though. Do you guys think i would get a better framerate with newer router (something like in recommended specs in the OP)?
No. That seems to be the max I can reach with my good router. I believe at this point the limiting factor is the 3ds wireless chip. Doesn't support 802.11AC or 5ghz afaik. So really I don't know why those are put as recommended specs if the 3ds can't even utilize them.
This does not work for me. I have done everything correct but it won't stay connected and gives me numerous errors such as NTR Viewer is not open when it is, or ERR: An operation was attempted on something that is not a socket and the like.
Or I get this:
ERR: Unable to read data from the transport connection: A blocking operation was interrupted by a call to WSACancelBlockingCall.
For those who want some settings with a connexion : 30Down and 6Up
90 - 5 - 45 = 33-26 fps
90 - 5 - 101 - 1 = 30-37 fps
90 - 0 - 100 - 1 = 30-37 fps
80 - 2 - 100 - 1 = 38-43 Bottom Screen Scale 0 //
95 - 2 - 100 - 1 = 30-35 fps
50 - 1 - 101 - 0 = 40-45 ( go up to 55 ) fps Bottom Screen Scale 0
70 - 1 - 101 - 0 = 40-45 fps Bottom Screen Scale 0
80 - 1 - 101 - 0 = 38-40 fps Bottom Screen Scale 0
80 - 1 - 20 - 0 = 30-35 fps Bottom Screen Scale 0
All those settings are tested with : kirby clash deluxe. So Depending the game you play, the framerate can be different ( like Monster Hunter who use more memory )
i think, if Kit-kat can be updated and force kit-kat to record at 30fps only ( i don't know if it's possible too ) that can be better
Will this support multiple devices streaming to multiple systems over one router? (2 3DS streaming to 2 laptops in one apartment)