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Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by fice3717, Mar 10, 2010.
any one know if there is a gif player for the ds? or is the ds to shi*ty to play them as well?
Question is, what are you doing on a Nintendo based forum if you think the NDS is shitty?
because i own one and dotn get me wrong but i love my ds but nintendo got rely lazy with it and made it piss weak aka cant even play flash games ect
Nintendo didn't make the DS for you to be viewing pictures, playing flash games, pirating ROMs etc, etc.
yer because making the hardware better means im gonna prate? and then why does the dsi have a photo viewer u make the no logic son
Flash games aren't exactly a basic thing to render.
I'm having a slightly hard time understanding what he is saying o.0...Sentence structure is all over the place xD.
Anyways, not very many handheld things can play flash very well anyways...so of course the DS can't play flash games o.0...Considering everything, the DS isn't all that weak, I mean it is the first shot of having a dual screen (not like its going to be perfect the first couple rounds through).
And to answer your question, yes there is a way to view gifs on the DS. Is it a great way to view gifs on the DS? Hell if I know, I don't look at gif images all that much (hell I don't look at image files that much period, manga is a different story of course xD). If anything, I would say it can show gif files decently, not computer speed, but w/e.
even the psp soemtimes struggles to play flash so wtf is your problem?
I think MoonShell1 has gif.msp (don't know about patent issue)
That's the DSi, not the other DS systems.
DSOrganize will play back .gif animations, though rather slowly most of the time (depends on the resolution of the image). Last time I tried Moonshell, it would only load the last frame, but this was ages ago back with 1.71. Animation support might be in 2.x
The DSi doesn't have a image viewer, it only outputs images onto its memory not vice versa.
Oh...but I thought you could view the images taken by the DSi regardless of whether they were from a certain person's DSi or not. I do recall something about the ability to move the images to the computer, and the inability to move images from a computer onto a DSi (or something like that). That is kind of depressing how Nintendo thought that part through (maybe they were too lazy to get the permissions for the different formats?).