Moonshell

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Jul 21, 2009

Moonshell by DSFan08 at 11:50 PM (1,234 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. DSFan08
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    IS this cool tool being too picky w/video format? I thought it was supposed to play videos.
     
  2. wrettcaughn

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    It only plays dpg video. The DS wasn't powerful enough to play other formats but you might want to google the iPlayer.
     
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    Umm....the iPlayer is another cart...and I'm sure the Edge would be able to play videos if there was something.
     
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    Moonshell can only play DPGs because it's the only format the DS has enough power to decode/view. The iPlayer has extra RAM in the cart, so it's able to play AVIs and such.
     
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    So there's no app to download and put into the Moonshell?
     
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    Well, you can convert different types of videos into DPGs, then they'll work with moonshell. Here is a basic program that will convert your videos into the Moonshell type.
     
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    No there isn't

    you have to convert your video files to .dpg

    SUPER

    DPGtools

    imTOO DPG converter are some converters you can use.

    Google is your friend here.
     
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    Ok, how about the audio side? I have plenty of MP3's to listen too, is that the right format to use?
    Can I put all the songs in a folder underneath the Moonshell folder?
     
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    Yeah you could listen to Mp3.
     
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    Ok, so where am I putting the music? In the root of the SD card? Or of the moonshell root?
     
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    Where ever you want to put it. I suggest you make a folder called music for your music.
     
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    Ok, I did that. I put it under the folder for moonshell. I saw the music there when I had the SD Card opened on my computer.
    HOWEVER, when I opened it up on the DS, nothing came up. Either the list is long or I'm messing up something.
     
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    Don't put it into the '\moonshl' folder. Moonshell hides that folder.
     
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    maybe u should create a folder named "music" or something else u luke. and place it into your main folder like where u put your DS games. and don't put on moonshell folder.
     

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