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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by famevn, Aug 17, 2011.
100REAL2 ADDED! 2011-08-20
Interesting, I'm downloading it now, thank you for sharing this.
Today I have finished . The results are 32,354 mpo files and 13GB.
I have also found a quick way to sort out pictures taken from the 3DS. Using Total Commander I can find a binary string "Nintendo Nintendo 3DS" (Its HEX is 4E 69 6E 74 65 6E 64 6F 00 00 4E 69 6E 74 65 6E 64 6F 20 33 44 53).
After the search I have 27,047 files and 3,5GB of pictures taken from the 3DS. So there are over 5,000 pictures left to round 2.
Wow, thanks! i'm downloading the mediafire package now. I love viewing 3D pictures on my 3DS! I'm sure some of these will be pretty sweet.
I've added some examples to the first post. I wonder how many guys here can view side-by-side pictures without glasses.
It's a really awesome collection, and I feel like I've barely scraped the surface
I might have to upgrade to a bigger SD so I can keep more stuff like this permanently XD
Nintendo really should start making some sort of organization options for this thing and not just base it on date. but then again, i guess Nintendo really didn't expect people to start putting in high-quality pictures in instead of using the sucky 3DS camera. And i miss that calendar page where you can scribble whatnots on a date to label albums as such.
I agree! The low quality of 3D pictures taken from 3DS is so obviously when comparing to imported 3D pictures. Days by days it has become annoying. It's sad we cannot simply make a good collection by our own 3DS cameras. And the way the 3DS groups pictures by date is very inconvenient. I hope they will recognize these weaknesses and improve them.
Thank you for your compliment! You give me the thrust to complete the 100REAL2 pack.
I'm at work now. It's gonna be a big night tonight when I start to pick nice pictures from nearly 5,000 downloaded ones from .
100REAL2 (next 1,000 3DS MPO pictures added!)
these look great, but you know... after adding the first batch, every time i open up the 3DS Camera up, it takes so much longer to initialize. i'm considering removing them again, and keeping the pictures up to a 100 per folder (kinda like how the 3DS does it).
The pictures are pretty good.
I just wish there was less personal ones. Not really interested in seeing pictures of people I don't know.
Yes I'm gonna recollect them again to have a better collection, keeping your suggestion in mind.
It is my problem too. I wonder if I put 1000 pictures in 10 folders will load faster than in 1 folder. Have you done this test?
helpful hint: if you use the "+quote" button on multiple posts and then click "add reply" at the bottom of the thread; instead of quoting per-post, you can respond to multiple quotes without double/multi-posting (which is technically against the rules).
(*it doesn't quite work to add quotes from multiple pages though/yet)
It (the 3DS Camera App) took a very long time for me on initial load, as well.
I don't mind the personal pictures if they're a decent demonstration of stereoscopic photography (good depth/angle) and are taken with style. But there are a lot more pictures with people in them that are simply ordinary, maybe even a little tacky.
I haven't taken the time to remove my SD card from my 3DS unit yet but I'm looking forward to adding the second collection. Perhaps by then it'll be figured out if reducing the number of pictures per folder will decrease the initial app load time.
Again, the vast majority of the pictures I've seen (from the first collection) were great and I look forward to sharing them with my father later this year. He has some stereoscopic aerial photographs that he showed me as a child (he had done surveying for CALTRANS in the late 70's and I think that was a byproduct of it). He and I saw a large 3D television screen at a local electronics store last fall and we could barely tell the difference from a nice hidef LCD of similar size; I think the screen of the 3DS is far more perceptible.
I also noticed the 3D display depth isn't adjustable for stills, only the games.
i haven't, but i will try that in a staggered fashion (like 100 in 1 folder, then adding another 100 in another folder, until i get to 1000).
EDIT: No good. maybe it's the sheer volume of photos in a single date, or it could very well be just the sheer volume of photos. kinda like how thumb drives with a few big movies are easier to scan than one with thousands of small text files and whatnots. which means the application doesn't do file indexing very well and has to rescan every single boot of the app.
Thanks exangel for your hint!
From the beginning with my 3DS I had been suffering a lot of pictures with poor depth. So I were just happy with those full of depth. And I kept nearly all of them. But now I know I have more than I need. It's time to recollect them again.
I notice that the pictures taken with the native camera can be adjusted near of far, not to the imported one. And the adjustment for still is different from real time 3D. We can only push still pictures nearer or farther, not the overall range of depth. I know that to change the range of depth we must change the angle, which changes everything in the image. That is impossible for stills.
One more concern, I wonder how good the screen of 3DS is comparing to other 3D phones today. I think they have higher resolution. If so I will consider to try one.
scratch what i previously said. once the file management gets around to adjusting (when you scatter the 1000 pics into folders of a hundred), it gets reasonably fast when booting. so yes, i can confirm that keeping pics to 100 per folder helps a lot.