2-bias wanted to convert his own videos for playing with the Rick Roll video player I created a while back, so here are the tools and an updated player! Instructions: -copy video to same folder as converter -edit rip_video.bat in notepad The video resolution must have a width of 256, and the supported frame rates are 16, 18 and 24 fps. Currently the bat file is setup for converting 720p videos (256 x 144 when scaled for nds) at 16 fps. -run rip_video.bat and let it do its thing -video.bag is the output file, so you can rename and copy that to your card. Things to note: -This is not a full fledged video player, it has no controls except exit (any key) -This video format is not optimized at all, a full length video at 24 fps will hit 1gb in file sizes. -There probably won't be many improvements if any at all to this video format Editing rip_video.bat -r sets the frame rate: 16,18, and 24 are available options for the player, frame rate is also the third argument for videobuilder.exe so it is the third value after the program name (see below for using videobuilder.exe) -qscale sets video quality: 1 = best quality (largest file size), 10 = worst (smallest file size) -vol sets volume of audio: default is 100 -ab sets the audio bitrate: default is 128kb/s - 320kb/s is max -s sets the frame size: frame size must have a width of 256. Frame sizes are also needed for videobuilder.exe as arguments, see below for using videobuilder.exe Using videobuilder.exe videobuilder.exe width height fps the included videoplayer.plg has arg support only, there is no in-program menu so a menu such as BAGPlug or iMenu is necessary for running your videos. Download Here! Some screenshots from Sweet Child O' Mine music video Not sure how legal this is, but here is the above video converted for demo use: http://www.qfpost.com/download.do?get=e7cd...c2e752b77ec9f27 -Fixed Audio If there are any problems with the legality of this link, someone just report it to a moderator if I'm not around to remove it.