Anyone know how to get a Direct Feed Shot...

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Feels Good Man, Aug 1, 2007.

  1. Feels Good Man
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    Feels Good Man GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Hmm......?
     
  2. leetdude_007

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    The OFFICIAL way to capture a direct feed is using IS-NITRO-CAPTURE box.

    http://www.google.com/search?q=IS+NITRO+CAPTURE

    You will see these when Nintendo shows off their stuff. These are also given to video game reviewers like IGN, gamespot, 1up, etc.

    Pic: http://www.gamespot.com/pages/image_viewer...g=2&sid=6174737


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    For the rest of the population, the only way to capture video is via an emulator. Unless you are very good at hardware homebrew, then you are stuck with that... or maybe you can steal one for GBAtemp?
     
  3. paul1991

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    Thats cool.
    Would it be possible to buy one of those things?
     
  4. party

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    Another alternative COULD come from this guy (one day maybe, perhaps):
    http://bripro.com/low/hardware/vidcap/index.php
    Some day I wanted to ask him if he will build a DS version, and if he would sell a unit to me. But I never asked - too lazy [​IMG]

    Maybe you should contact him and post his answer here.


    OR maybe some dev/collector on the assemblergames.com or digitpress.com forums can "acquire" a IS-NITRO-CAPTURE box...


    Good luck!
     
  5. Icarus

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    You can always play with an Emulator, but there might be glitches and stuff =/
     
  6. leetdude_007

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    Your best bet would most likely custom hardware or waiting for more mature emulators. Right now, all emulators are not up to scuff.. kinda.