Question on newest DPGTools

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by imgod22222, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. imgod22222
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    imgod22222 GBAtemp's Original No-faced Member

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    What file formats does it accept? It keeps telling me that I have an invalid audio stream >< And I can play it back with VLC player. I even converted it to .wmv (WM9 codec) and it still gave me the same error. what does it allow? (Note: I have Sony Vegas, so converting videos to different formats is possible. I also have the latest DivX codec, if that means anything.)
     
  2. Rayder

    Rayder Mostly lurking lately....

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    Try using BatchDPG instead, it's a much better program.
     
  3. AoXoA

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    How do these movies play on a ds anyway? how would DBZ series look, and does it use 2 screens? (I dont think I could stand it since the screens arent that close apart on my nds (not lite)
     
  4. phoood

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    I agree with Rayder, batchdpg is much better, but the official release is pretty much dead. "BatchDPG 1.3 beta 4.5" is the latest and best version, and probably the last version...

    You can get it here: here.

    edit-AoXoA, you use either batchdpg or dpgtools to encode a video and create a dpg file that plays in homebrew called moonshell, developed by infantile paralyzer.

    since the DBZ series is anime, I can say that it will probably look very good if converted with the right settings (actually moonshell supports fps's up to 29.97, depending on the dimensions, and almost every movie looks good)

    As for playing the videos, they play only on one screen.