DS-To-TV cables?

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Oct 15, 2010

DS-To-TV cables? by PSI Ground at 5:38 AM (1,005 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. PSI Ground
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    I remember reading about a cable that required taking apart the DS Phat that hooked it to the TV, but I'm wondering if there was any way to do it otherwise. If needed, I DO have a spare of said DS Phat...

    Thanks.
     
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    There is a device called a nitro cam or something of the sort that only devs and certaing press have to record screens. No one has seem to have ever seen it though. So basically what i am saying is no. There is currently no way to do so unless using an emulator or recording your screen with a camera.
     
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    There's no output ports, so you either need an accessory to make one (the Nitro Cam mentioned before), or to open the DS up and rig one yourself.
     
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    I bet there would be major pixelation (I think).

    i never have heard of one myself.
     
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    @Kevan:
    I guess its the same like on a XL/LL - it's just upscaling two 256 × 192 Pixel Images.

    And the Device is called:
    "IS NitroCapture"
    It's just available for Developers (Licensed ones) and bigger Magazines (IGN,...)
     

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