DSPhoto 0.9

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Jan 26, 2007

DSPhoto 0.9 by zatelli at 7:23 AM (1,555 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. zatelli
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    Member zatelli GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    DSPhoto 1.0

    NDS photographs viewer








    DSPhoto is a new homebrew appplication coded by Arialia which allows one to display pictures taken with a camera with no need to modify those.It should work fine with most flashcards as it supports Chism's DLDI driver.
    DSPhoto was Arialia's entry in last year's Palib's compo


    [​IMG]



    [​IMG] DSPhoto v 0.9


     
  2. Verocity

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    Cool! Ill try it out, when I get home.
     
  3. AlBa

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    Nice Homebrew.
    I have tried to display 3072x2304x24 photographs to display em directly from
    M3's firmware's menu, didn't work.
    With the integrated moonshell, it was awfully slow, plus it displayed only a part of the picture, so i had to scroll to see different parts, but the awful slowness made me give up.
    So i changed the resolution of the pictures to fit DS's screen resolution, didn't work at all anymore, displaying black pictures.
    With DsPhoto I could load the unmodified photos with no modification. Altho it was slow to display the whole picture, it fitted it to the upper screen of the DS.
    Nice work Arialia.
    By the way, worked with no patching on my M3 Lite Perfect MicroSD.
     
  4. bfoos

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    Very nice. I share a card between my phone and my R4. It's nice to finally have an app that can view my pics properly.
     
  5. AlBa

    Member AlBa GBAtemp Regular

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    one problem I spotted:
    when photo are inclined by 90°, there's a screw up =)
    Solution : don't incline [​IMG]
     

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