[IDEA] Is this possible to do

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  1. deisuke1234
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    hello guys

    i just woundered if it is possible to use video channels creator and another plugin called livestreamer

    be able to stream videos from crunchyroll to your 3ds. so instead downloading all the movies

    so write the link instead and stream it to your 3ds. In that way u could save memorie.

    sorry if i am bit confussing what i wanted to say is . Is it possible to make a 3ds app with the plugin called livestreamer and stream everything from writing the links instead of downloading the files.
     
  2. mashers

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    Does this livestreamer plugin exist? I can't find it. Or are you asking if it would be possible to create this plugin to all live streaming support to the Video Channel Creator for 3DS?
     
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    I don't know why that would be a ban worthy link ;) In any case, yes of course it is entirely possible to port such a plugin, or rewrite it, for 3DS. Somebody would have to have the time and inclination to do so though.
     
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    i sadly only know python i wish i knew what language is written for the 3ds apps
     
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    You'd need to learn C. You would also need knowledge of network protocols in order to handle the transfer of the data, buffering etc.
     
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    It's unlikely that someone will port that. If you need to stream and have a new3DS, Plex is the solution
     
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    haha in other words it is to far for me to reach to that level XD


     
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    I used to think the same. Learning C felt insurmountable. But now I know C and many more programming languages and have apps on the iOS App Store. So if you put your mind to it, you can do it too.
     
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    do u have any good guide. Since i really want to learn during the summer when i have alot of free time

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    i have only a O3ds
     
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    I could recommend a tutorial, but I don't know what level of ability you have in programming. Try searching online for "beginners C tutorial" and choose a tutorial which suits your current skill level. I suggest following a tutorial with a purpose (one that takes you through the process of writing a programme which actually works) rather than just reading a tutorial which talks about the principles of C with no practical application.
     
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    you mean C? like, not c++ or c#?
     
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    The guide I used when I wanted to start learning C was by this guy: https://www.youtube.com/user/thenewboston
    I think it works really well for beginners
     
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    C first, then C++ since C++ is an extension of C, and you need to know the fundamentals of C first. I wouldn't really recommend learning C#.