DSi picture program

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by IngeniousDefault, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. IngeniousDefault
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    IngeniousDefault GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi.
    I´m looking for a DSi picture converter, which can convert normal .jpg pictures to the special DSi .jpg, because you can´t put normal pictures on SD Card in the DSi, it doesn´t notice them.
     
  2. SifJar

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    not possible yet, because DSi wont display pics created by computer. maybe nintendo will release a tool to convert pictures/remove the restriction (i doubt this) or someone will hack it to allow people to put pictures on. (more likely, but i'd say still unlikely)
     
  3. Devion

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    I think this isn't possible because when you put a picture on that (relative bad) screen the picture's wil be ugly
    and al blury so nintendo won't do that just because of the fact that the screens possibilities aren't so advanced..... [​IMG]
     
  4. koji2009

    koji2009 GBAtemp Maniac

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    That's a silly silly excuse... People put pictures on their cell phones all the time, and most cellphones have much worse resolution.
     
  5. cornaljoe

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    What!? That makes no sense. Have you ever used an image viewing homebrew, or better yet the DS Opera Browser? The DS can display images perfectly fine.
     
  6. Chris_Skylock

    Chris_Skylock GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Hmmm? DSi>cellphones. The screens on the phone is rather small and has small resolution and I put large pictures on my phone and the quality stays the same.

    It would be nice to have a DSi picture converter. One that lets you add those date and time so it can be recognized by the DSi
     
  7. Da-Bomb1

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    I'm pretty sure that the pictures taken by the DSi are digitally signed in such a way that they'll only show on the particular DSi that took the picture. It's probably a security feature so that people can't find exploits and run code embedded in the picture. After all, it's happened on the PSP.
     
  8. EpicPie

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    You can put your own pictures on the DSi, its really simple. I'll post a tutorial on how to do it on my YouTube channel then post a link on the forum.
     
  9. dinofan01

    dinofan01 Misses the old days...

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    Let me guess, place a picture on top of your DSi.
     
  10. tal32123

    tal32123 Newbie

    that is a good idea i would do that however i have no knowledge of making apps whatsoever
     
  11. fgghjjkll

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    he meant printing a picture out and putting the paper on top of your dsi
     
  12. zuron7

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    They could have made the dsi much better.
     
  13. tal32123

    tal32123 Newbie

    yea although i do like watching slideshows on my dsi photo album it makes all my pictures exciting
     
  14. Da-Bomb1

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    ...or he could have meant that photo clock app or something.
     
  15. Livin in a box

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    Each picture is signed to each DSi, so that's why a DSi can't open another DSi picture.
     
  16. SifJar

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    i'm pretty sure a dsi can open another dsi picture. i read on another forum that a guy downloaded the sample pic from dsibrew.org and it worked on his dsi.