tuna-viDS problem

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Ultralex, Oct 6, 2009.

Oct 6, 2009

tuna-viDS problem by Ultralex at 6:45 PM (1,296 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Ultralex
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    so i´ve encoded some video in avi Xvid 256x192 12fps ,it works on the DS ,but after about 30secs the program closes and says:
    video stopped
    finished
    but the video is an hour long.
     
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    If you play it on your computer does it play right through?

    (personally I suspect there are issues with the program, otherwise it would be more well known and be still indevelopment, Moonshell and it's .dpg format still rules the DS movie
     
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    I found a solution for the problem.
    I've forgotten to change the video bitrate.
    I had it at 1008 and that's to high for the ds.
    I'm using tuna-viDS only as plug-in for moonshl2.
    I get very much errors at encoding with dpgenc.
     
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    Ahh right. Thanks for letting us know. How do you find the avi plays compared with .dpgs?

    (for others: here's a link to some of the Moonshell plugins including the AVI player)
     
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    ive found that the tuna-vids avi files sizes are bigger than a converted dpg of the same video and the sound sometimes goes off-sync. it works ok for me though.

    if anyones interested in trying, heres a tuna-vids drag-n-drop converter thats really easy to use (just drag the avi you want converted onto the .exe)
     
  6. Ultralex
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    indiana jones one is just about 100mb big on my ds,I think that's small compared to my other videos(one south park episode in dpg is 60mb,and they're just 20 minutes long!).
    and with my settings in super it has also somehow good quality.
    The only bad thing is that you have to turn off your ds when when the video ends nd can't get back to moonshell.
     

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