DSVideo v1.10

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Jan 22, 2009

DSVideo v1.10 by Minox at 6:58 PM (2,545 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. Minox
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    DSVideo v1.10
    DS Video Player
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    DSVideo is a video player for the DS. New in this version are several performance improvements and improved battery life. Note that the encoder also has been changed with this release, so you'll need to re-encode any videos created by the earlier encoders.

    Changes:
    * Battery life improved by automatically turning the bottom screen off during playback
    * Fixed an issue with encoded video that exhibited stuttering audio and odd playback speeds
    * An improved file browser, with inertia and smooth scrolling
    * Incorporation of a much more recent version of FFmpeg


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  2. Sarvesh50

    Member Sarvesh50 Aye!

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    Just dpg right?
     
  3. DanTheManMS

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    DSV. You have to use their converter application (and their special DLDI patches for that matter).
     
  4. m2pt5

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    Ok, so how do you make cards that normally autopatch not autopatch? (For instance, the original R4.)
     
  5. DanTheManMS

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    I think they distribute the pre-patched *.nds files, which have been run through "dldi no-autopatch" so that autopatching devices don't overwrite it upon launch.
     
  6. Sephi

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    high quality encoded videos look pretty nice, no pixelation like DPG, but I'm not sure how to describe this sort of blur-ish thing that makes the picture look a little funny.
     
  7. DanTheManMS

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    It uses a different form of compression that causes overall blurring rather than pixelation. This is by design.
     
  8. kraftwerkdummy

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    I really like the simple player, but, for me, 95% of the time the encoder (in previous versions) would crash before finishing a video.
     
  9. Sarvesh50

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    So better than moonshell?
     
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    I don't really see a big difference in quality (BatchDPG makes really good looking DPG files) but I dislike how the DSVideo converter cuts off the first second or two of video.

    The "light" button also bugs out a lot on a DS Phat. The bottom screen will come back on, but the top one won't.
     
  11. coffegbg

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    Is there any way to get it working on a Acekard2?
     

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