PSA: Convert video to .moflex

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  1. gamesquest1

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    here is a plain white .bimg file, having a play about with the file format, seems like it would be simple enough to figure out for the programing savvy sorts i would imagine
     

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  2. juli299

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    Hey guys,

    I have now finally found a way to convert 3D .moflex videos to get them onto YouTube! Yes, the quality is not that good, but this is to be expected from a 400x240 video :D So if someone has a pair of anaglyph glasses laying around or a 3D TV, you can see the result here:
     
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  3. Asia81

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    Do you know how to do the opposite?
    I mean take a mp4 video, convert it to 3D, then inject it in moflex, and have a good video in 3d on the 3DS xD
     
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    Top quality .bimg ^_^
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
  5. Asia81

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    How do you open/edit them :unsure: ?
     
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    lol in a totally backwards manner, this is that picture (before converting to FF's and 00's) :rofl2:

    0000000000000000
    0000999999000000
    0009000000900000
    0090090090090000
    0090000000090000
    0090900009090000
    0090099990090000
    0009000000900000
    0000999999900000
     
  7. Ryccardo

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    You must start by converting the video to avi (with any supported codec) -- both side-by-side (double horizontal resolution) and interleaved (1 frame left picture, next frame right picture) are supported!
     
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    I would be happy too :)
     
  10. Subötaï

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    using virtual dub with moflex codec?
     
  11. juli299

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    Does such a codec for VirtualDub exist? This would've made things a lot easier, but no, I found my own way to do that. ;)
     
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    which way? I need it
     
  13. spkuja

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    How dd you fix this? I've downloaded the User.lic file, tried to install it through the help part of Mobiclip but it's still saying I have no license? Any ideas?
     
  14. Omegadrien

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    Mobliclip -> help-> install license.
     
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    Any chance you could say how? :)
     
  16. Omegadrien

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    "Yes, but it involves quite a few steps and you have to possess the official Mobiclip Encoder from Nintendo.

    You will first need to download Gericoms Mobiclip Decoder and extract it. Then use the included MobiConverter.exe to convert your .moflex file to an .AVI file (command line: MobiConverter.exe -d yourmoflexfile.moflex youroutputname.avi). The output file will be pretty big, but if the video you converted was a 2D video you could already upload it to YouTube. If it was a 3D video however, you will notice that the video looks really weird if you play it. That's because the video streams for both eyes (left and right) are stored together in this one AVI file, making it an interleaved AVI. I've been searching for a way to split both streams into 2 separate videos for a long time. Fortunately, the official Mobiclip Encoder from Nintendo makes that possible.

    So you need to do the following:
    • Open up the Mobiclip Multicore Encoder and create a new graph. On the left side, add "Input Filters -> Video Files", double click the red box that will pop up to edit this filter and add the interleaved AVI you just converted. Tick the box "3D-Interleaved" to tell the program that this video file is already in 3D.
    • Next, add "3D Filters -> Convert 3D to 2D" and connect it with the "Video Files" filter. This is where it can get a bit tricky: depending on the video, the filter can stay red and show the message "Input video frame count must be an even number". If it does show that, add the "Timeline Filters -> Trim" filter in front of it and use it to cut away one frame at the end to make the number in the field "Total Frames" even. Then click OK and all filters should turn green.
    • Last, add the "Encode Filters -> Uncompressed AVI" filter and choose a location to save the output file to. Please note: You will have to convert the video 2 times, one to get a video with the left-eye image (double click the box for "Convert 3D to 2D" and tick "Keep left-eye frames") and a second time to get the video with the right-eye image (untick the "Keep left-eye frames" because obviously that'll keep the right-eye frames). Each time, click on "Queue Job" on the bottom, change to the "Job Queue" tab and hit "Start Queue" to start the conversion.
    • After you have both video files, you have to use a video editor to arrange them side-by-side so that you can upload them to YouTube. I used Sony Vegas to do that, but that is different for every program. Maybe this can help you understand better what you need to do, it also explains the settings you have to take on YouTube: http://www.andrewnoske.com/wiki/YouTube_-_uploading_3D_side_by_side_videos
    That's basically it. I tried to describe everything as good as possible and hope this will help you. :)"

    All credits to @juli299 ... :P
     
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  17. spkuja

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    I finally got it working. I'd downloaded the wrong license it would seem. Thanks :)
     
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  18. lordkaos

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    hello everybody, i've been trying to convert a 3d movie for over a month with no success, the moflex converter always hangs right at 100% completion on the 2nd pass without finishing the job, the resulting moflex works but doesn't have time frames, have any of you encountered this problem before?, how do i fix it?, thanks in advance.
     
  19. JVF

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    Hello to everyone. If anybody's curious, you can use the "Treasures of the World" cia which allows more languages for the menu and customizing the "copyright" section.
     
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  20. heron

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    I converted a few movies and end up with no timeline as well (hangs at 99% 2nd pass), any help for a fix would be appreciated!

    EDIT:
    okay I found a thread from another site saying we have to wait for a finish message to popup after the 99% or we get the timeline error when playing on the 3ds.
     
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