image viewer for ds?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by sphere9, Sep 12, 2008.

Sep 12, 2008

image viewer for ds? by sphere9 at 7:36 AM (1,315 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. sphere9
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    Member sphere9 GBAtemp Fan

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    are there any image viewers available for the ds?

    moonshell crashes alot when i try to view images and comic book ds is a pain to make the necessary files.


    so is there an alternative?
     
  2. kobykaan

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    try Sakura (use dldi version for other than M3 REAL or ITOUCH cards) it works great for Image viewing [​IMG]
     
  3. Novalon

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    Oh, so it's normal for Moonshell to crash when viewing images? For me, it froze whenever it tried to read a .png file. On a different note, sometimes running movies will cause it to freeze. Is there some way to fix this?
     
  4. CPhantom

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    You should stick to comicbook DS. it is really nice, even if you have to convert files. Until a homebrew comes out that can perfectly read PNG,JPG,GIF, etc, then I think CBDS is the best.
     
  5. Seven

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    Of course, images grossly large in dimension will get cropped and quality-chopped down to large degree, so it's definitely not a great thing if you're into looking at high-quality pictures (moreover, why would you do that, on your DS, and not a camera of some sort?), so moonshell will have to do. However, moonshell, Sakura (which is based off of moonshell), and DSOrganize experience a lot of render errors when you try to view certain JPG/PNG/GIF files, (the chance errors occuring increases with dimension, quality, etc.) so you'll have to make due with CBDS either way.
     

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