Welcome to another short, but detailed Nintendo 3DS related guide. This time around I'll be addressing 3D videos and how to stream them from your computer to your 3DS. If you're already familiar with basic web servers and transcoding video using Handbrake all you really need to know is you select web optimized when encoding. For the rest of you this guide will instruct you to setup a basic www deamon (web server), transcode your 3D videos to a format the Nintendo 3DS supports and then how to access them on your 3DS. Requirements Fenix Web Server Software - http://fenixwebserver.com HandBrake Video Transcoder - https://handbrake.fr 3D Video File (most formats are supported) I'd like to first note that you don't need a hacked 3DS to stream 3D videos to it and the software I use in this guide is absolutely free. First install Fenix's Web Server; the installer will want Internet access to download supported files. Other than that issue just run the installer and point it (for installation) to 'c:\fenix' . Once that is done go to 'c:\fenix' and add a folder named 'www' inside of it. Start Fenix and click on 'Web Servers' and then click on 'New'. Type in the name of the web server and then pick the folder 'www' you just created and change the port from '80' to anything you like. I used '420' for this guide. When you're done select 'create' and then pick 'Web Server' -> 'Start All' from the drop down menu. Now open HandBrake and don't feel too overwhelmed as we won't be messing with too many features. Select 'Source' and select 'File' in the right hand tab that comes up and then select your 3D video file. Next select the 'Preset' - 'Universal' from the right hand tab; this will automatically change the values to a video format that the 3DS browser supports playing. Select the 'width' (which can be no more than 854 per Nintendo specifications). Select 'Web Optimized' (this will allow the video to start streaming before the entire thing is downloaded to your 3DS). Select the 'Destination' (we'll put it inside of the 'c:\fenix\www' folder). Lastly, select 'Start' to start the encoding process. It could take some time to transcode; so go make some popcorn. After your video is transcoded we will need to connect your 3DS to your computer using the port you specified in the Fenix server setup. If for some reason you have problems connecting you should check to see if Fenix is allowed to transmit and receive data in your firewall software (if you're using any). For more connectivity issues seek professional help - this guide is not about how to fix networking issues. Okay, so the first thing you'll need is the IP address of the computer you have Fenix running on. To get this press and hold the Windows key on your keyboard and press the letter 'R'. This will bring up the 'Run' prompt. Type in 'cmd' and press 'enter'. It will open a new window and inside of that window type in 'ipconfig' and press 'enter' - this will display a list of your network adapters and their IP addresses. Take note of IPv4 address (it's red in the picture just for an example, it won't be red on your computer). This is your local IP address and it's very different from your remote IP address (which we're not using). Okay, so load up your Nintendo 3DS browser and enter in 'http:// <your ip address> : <port>' . So for an example you'd type in ' http://192.168.0.2:420 '. Once your 3DS connects to your Fenix installation the video you just transcoded will be listed on your 3DS screen. Select it and then select your 3D viewing preference (from the 3D button on the bottom screen of your 3DS) and enjoy!