Exporting videos from DS games,is it possibile?

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  1. knighTeen87
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    There is a very funny video called "Building The Band" on DS version of Lego Rock Band.I want to export that video with sounds(And just upper screen)from the rom and convert it to avi,wmw,etc. Is it possible?And how can i do that?
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  2. soulx

    soulx GBAtemp Legend

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    Is it possible? Certainly. It most likely is. Do I know how to do it? No, sadly. I would like to know how to do it. Exporting those awesome videos from Prof. Layton.
     
  3. basher11

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    i found some videos from unpacking the game. you need bink video program thing though.
     
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    Could it be done through an emulator perhaps ??
    IIRC - I think DeSmuME has a video grab feature
     
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    i use no$gba and hypercam XD
     
  6. knighTeen87
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    i tried it,videos run extremely slow and no sound at recordings.I need another way
     
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    If it is user generated and stored on card then it will be a engine made video (think in game cutscene) rather than a straight up video so if an emulator (try a standalone screen grab app rather than something inbuilt mind) will not work you are out of luck.

    If it was true video then it might happen although most games do not use the rad/bink basher11 is on about instead opting for other formats which we presently have no decoders for.