3DSControllerPlus - PC-->3DS video and input streaming

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  1. Metrolol

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    Problem, solved, thanks so much! :D
     
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  2. Metrolol

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    One last question then. There is no way to run both the Filestreamer AND the controller elements at the same time right?
     
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    Yeah, there is a weird timing bug which I can't figure out how to fix, or even what causes it. There is a two-second window for you to start the video by pressing ENTER and click the Connect checkbox, and then if you're lucky the backlight on the bottom screen should stay lit. It's really down to timing.
     
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    Hey I'm sorry if this thread is too old now (and also, I'm a bit noobish at this) but I can't seem to get the filestreamer to work. I've got the controller plus working but every time I try to open FileStreamer.exe whether in the file browser or in CMD it just gives me an error that says "The code execution cannot proceed because libogg-0.dll was not found. Reinstalling the program may fix this problem". It may be worth noting that I am using Windows 10.
     
  5. JavaScribe

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    here idk
    You might be out of luck. It may be using a file that Windows 10 no longer uses.
    Here's instructions on running the Linux file through WSL, but they're useless, because apparently WSL doesn't have xlib. Adding it seems more complicated than just finding the .dll you're missing.
    Instructions
    Confirmed it does not work. Great.
     
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    I have no idea how you have a FileStreamer.exe without having the requisite libraries. Do you mind please sharing where you downloade FileStreamer.exe from?

    Also, I reuploaded FileStreamer.exe from my build folder, so you can have the latest version: https://puu.sh/DT8XK/73ceac9d8d.zip

    Be aware that this is a CONSOLE-BASED program. You HAVE TO launch it from the console with the proper parameters. In this case, you have to launch it from the out/ folder.
     
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    So I got the download from the 1st page of this thread. I just downloaded it again from your link and it is the exact thing I already downloaded, and again it did the same thing when I tried to launch it. I didn't move or change or move and of the .dll files. I just opened the filestreamer from the out folder and got the error. Now you said I "HAVE TO launch it from the console with the proper parameters", does that mean I need to launch it as is without tampering with anything or do I need to launch it from CMD? I'm a bit confused on that part as I tried both of those and got the error.

    And thanks JavaScribe for your input but you kinda lost me. Did you say it does work?
     
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    ...you know that FileStreamer has no GUI, right? There is a reason for why it says that you have to be an advanced user to be able to use it. Yes, you have to use it from the console, out\FileStreamer.exe
     
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    I apologize for being new to this as I knew I was getting in over my head. I'm pretty sure I've tried using it from the console... Is dragging the filestreamer.exe from its folder the CMD the same thing?
     
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    As long as the cmd window is showing the directory where all the DLLs are then sure.

    I didn't document how desktop streaming works, and frankly I didn't document it either. I really need to document how window filters work :/
     
  11. TheGamerMAKS

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    This is what I'm typing into the console and its still giving me the error:
    C:\Users\Alex>C:\Users\Alex\Downloads\FileStreamer(2)\out\FileStreamer.exe
    The FileStreamer(2) folder has all the DLLs in it.
     
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    Can you SHIFT-RIGHTCLICK in an empty space in that folder? There should be an option to open cmd or open PowerShell there.

    Then .\out\FileStreamer.exe
     
  13. TheGamerMAKS

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    I just tried it with Powershell in the FileStreamer(2) folder and got:
    Program 'FileStreamer.exe' failed to run: The specified executable is not a valid application for this OS platform.At
    line:1 char:1
    + .\out\FileStreamer.exe
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~.
    At line:1 char:1
    + .\out\FileStreamer.exe
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : ResourceUnavailable: (:) [], ApplicationFailedException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : NativeCommandFailed
     
  14. Sono
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    Sorry, but I have a feeling that you're trying to run this on an old and underpowered PC. You need a 64bit CPU with 64bit Windows, and the CPU needs to be fast, otherwise you will never be ever near of even getting close to 60FPS. Probably not even 30FPS.
     
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    That's very weird... there are only 64bit drivers for the 7700K to my knowledge, so you're definitely running a 64bit Windows on a 64bit CPU...

    what edition and version of Windows 10?
     
  17. TheGamerMAKS

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    Windows 10 Home
     
  18. Sono
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    I have no idea then why it wouldn't work :/

    Edit: yeah, it works for me, I have no idea...

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  19. TheGamerMAKS

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    Hmmm, I can't seem to get any form this PowerShell command to go through; I keep getting the same error. Do you think I'm inputting it wrong? I literally have no experience with this sort of thing.
     
  20. Sono
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    Try typing in "cd " (yes, with the space and without the quotes), drag the "out" folder into the PowerShell window, then press ENTER.
    Then try ".\out\FileStreamer.exe".
     
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