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Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by joshstyle, May 19, 2011.
Your own stuff?
There's no video player for the 3DS.
There may be eventually.
nintendo said something about like netflix and stuff
im sure there will be away
If you're talking about movie streaming from online, NetFlix is on its way.
If you're talking about your own movies (ripped 3D bluray anyone?), then it is not possible for now. Maybe later the 3DS might have a video player like what Rydian said, but that isn't confirmed yet I believe
Nope, i think
because on the 26th of may u can do a system update and stream vids from neflix and watch them in 3D
I thought June 6/7th?
Well we already know it's possible because of that OK Go video.
I doubt Nintendo will let us convert and watch our own videos though, so we'd have to hack the 3DS for that.
I think that will probably our best bet if we want our own videos to play on it.
Unless Nintendo is generous enough to give us that option.
i mean like putting a movie on the sd card and watch it when the video player is finally on the 3ds
Nintendo confirmed that there will be the feature to record 3D video and of course, play it back.
When did they confirm this?
I saw it mentioned as a maybe in an interview. That's not the same as being confirmed.
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That's the one I'm talking about. 3D video recording was not confirmed.
You even mentioned it in another thread after GDC lol.
I remember because I wanted to post it first.
It was talked about, but not originally confirmed.
I bet it's like a 10 second clip, so have fun watching your own ripped movie for 10 seconds or so. If it was unlimited on the other hand....
Well I would think Nintendo would want to let people playback their own 3D videos since Sony already lets people do it on the PS3.
I think it will be like the 3ds camera application, we can add our own 3d photos to that can't we? so i cant imagine it would be different for 3d video recording............actually, it might actually be that same application that is used to record videos....