need help with my ncard

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Apr 15, 2008

need help with my ncard by bluntz at 1:10 AM (1,023 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. bluntz
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    i have a 2gig ncard and i want to know how do i do to play movies if the programs needs to be on my ds or do i have to convert it first then put it on plz help
     
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    Currently, the best method is downloading the ever-popular Moonshell multimedia player, and a program to convert movies to the .dpg format Moonshell uses. The one I use is BatchDPG. Convert your movies, stick them on your N-Card along with MoonShell, boot Moonshell and play your vids.

    Also, try to make sure your FW is up to date.
     
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    whats fw so that means i have to convert it first how long does it take to convert
     
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    FW is firmware and it takes about 15 minutes to convert a average sized movie
     
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    Hmm, from my experience of using N-Card and its clones (one died on me) using movies is hard to use on N-Card.
     
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    I just load them up with MoonShell, and I only have problems with movies that don't play right to start with.
     

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