Tuna Vids problem >_<

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  1. haddad
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    haddad GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    K, so I downloaded from http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/tuna-vids/index.html and dragged the 2 .nds files to my microsd card.

    I took an avi file and dragged it onto the microsd card also. Then I open up tuna-open.nds and I then choose my avi file, and I get this.

    Help please?
     
  2. VatoLoco

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    try renaming the avi youre trying to play to tuna-vids.avi
     
  3. haddad
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    it is tuna-vids.avi >_
     
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    Also I have no luck using the drag and drop converter. And it doesn't work for me >_
     
  5. VatoLoco

    VatoLoco Don't crush that dwarf, hand me the pliers.

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    yeah, its a bit of a hassle eh, lol

    have you tried using it through moonshell yet?, maybe itll work better that way

    edit: thanks haddad...not ;P

    i just spent a grip of time messing with this. it weird cuz it works better through moonshell2. i was able to convert a .flv to the right .avi settings using super.
    my (dr who) vid played fine through the moonshell plug extension version (aside from de-syncing a bit),
    but when i ran it as a stand-alone, the audio was reeeealy slooooow.

    now i rmmbr fugging around w/this way back, and now i know why i stuck w/.dpg...eetz so much more user friendly.

    slightly off-topic, im curious to howgood the DSTWOs (unreleased dammit) media player will do with avi, mpg, flv and such
     
  6. macgeek417

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    Tuna-viDS needs audio downsampled to 32000hz. Unlike moonshell2, it doesn't downsample on-the-fly. (The DS is not capable of playing back 44100hz audio without downsampling)
     
  7. haddad
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    I am not gonna use Tuna-Vids anymore >_< I just am gonna use Moonshell 2.10 for my music/videos. Cuz its much easier to use lol >_<

    I am also really curious to see the ds2's embedded divx playback which will allow u to play avi files by drag and drop, i know ehh? really interesting.