How do i watch videos thur ak2?

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May 13, 2009
  1. Firemist
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    Newcomer Firemist Newbie

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    I just bought a acekard 2 for my DSi everything works great but i just seem to figure our how you upload videos to the acekard
    I tried putting a .AVI file in there and run it with moonshell and it said not support ext.AVI
    do i have to convert the .AVI file to something to make it run on my acekard or can i just download something to make it run with out converting the .AVI file?
    Can someone please direct me to a link or explain to me how to watch videos on my acekard? thanks
     
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    Moonshell does not support AVI
     
  3. Noobix

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    Basically you need to convert to dpg format.

    http://ds.gayadesign.nl/?p=23

    I think most of the gbatemp guides are down, but the above link seems good. (Remember "Google is your friend" !!! [​IMG] )
     
  4. Blythe31

    Member Blythe31 GBAtemp Regular

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    Tuna-Vids is an application that does allow you to play avi's on your ds.
    I prefer to use moonshell though, which plays dpg files.

    Tuna-viDS plays videos with the following format: (so you might have to edit your video a little)

    * Video: 256px wide, up to 192px tall, up to 12fps, Xvid encoded, non-interlaced
    * Audio: Stereo or mono MP3
    * Container: AVI with chunk index, video must be the first stream (fourcc 00dc)


    If you end up using moonshell here is the converter I use to get my AVI's into DPG format. [​IMG]
    Converter is ridiculously user friendly. Just drag and drop multiple videos in. Choose what type of file you'd like it to be converted into, and it's done!
    Hope that helps. [​IMG]
     

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