[Released] Moflex Player

Discussion in '3DS - ROM Hacking, Translations and Utilities' started by Gericom, Oct 18, 2015.

  1. NEKpewar

    NEKpewar Member

    Oct 14, 2015
    And How I convert the .avi to .moflex again?
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  2. RosalinaFan573

    RosalinaFan573 Advanced Member

    Jan 27, 2016
    United States
    Get that 3DS Mobiclip encoder
  3. JLouis13

    JLouis13 Newbie

    Sep 2, 2018
    hi, i need help, do someone knows if there is any version of the converter that support MOC5 files? or is someone working in it? i need it, please someone help me :c
  4. Aldorex

    Aldorex Member

    Sep 6, 2016
    @Gericom Mine is a prayer.. any chance you'll resume work on the decoder? There is just ONE version of Dragon's Lair with restorated video in the original 4/3 aspect ratio.. and it's the Wii one (MOC5).
    Like princess Leia said on.. "Please help me Gericom, you're my only hope" :)

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    Alas, there are no new releases since 2016 and MOC5 support is alpha. Write here asking Gericom, but he's not actively developing it anymore it seems :(
  5. Deniii

    Deniii Advanced Member

    Aug 6, 2009
    United States
    @Gericom I don't know if you are still working on this program or not anymore, but I'll give it a shot anyway.

    There is already an enconder for files, the Mobiclip Multicore Encoder.
    I have extracted the video files from Gyakuten Saiban 5 (Ace Attorney Dual Destinies) using MobiConverter. Now, the problem is that both images are contained on the same .avi file. When I try to encode these files with Mobiclip Multicore Encoder, the resulting .moflex, also gives that "shaky" effect.

    To properly create a 3D video on Mobiclip Multicore Encoder, you need to add the two frames separately, and here is what my question is about: could you add an option in your converter to split the video files in two? One .avi for the left images and one .avi for the right images.

    That would allow to create a proper 3D video for the 3Ds.
  6. Gericom

    Gericom GBAtemp Maniac

    Jun 30, 2011
    I haven't worked on this for a long time. I'm currently very busy, so I don't have time for it either. The changes required should be pretty straightforward. However, I think something like ffmpeg might support converting something like this as well. It's just one of the different possible ways to encode 3d frames. Maybe the multicore encoder even has a filter for converting? Maybe you could check that.
  7. Deniii

    Deniii Advanced Member

    Aug 6, 2009
    United States
    Thanks for the reply.

    I tried ffmpeg through a program called Mobius (https://github.com/adibsurani/Mobius). In fact, the person behind Mobius based his work on yours.

    The problem with Mobius is that the resulting .mp4 file (which output comes from ffmepg) dosn't work correctly for some reason.
    If I convert it to moflex again with Multicore Enconder, MobiclipDecoder plays the video file but very slowly.
    Also, I have an Nvidia 3D Vision monitor and when I try to play the .mp4 Mobius outputs (it's a side by side video), PowerDVD doesn't load any video. PowerDVD has no problem playing regular 3D BluRay rips (I always watch 3D movies) but these files don't work.
    Of course, it could be a Mobius problem and not an ffmepg one but I have no way to contact the dev to make sure where the problem comes from.

    I'll keep trying with the .avi MobiConverter outputs and see if I can make it work.