Video files on NDSL using Acekard

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Feb 12, 2011
  1. efiste2
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    Newcomer efiste2 Member

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    What do I need to view video files on my NDSL and Acekard.....
     
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    I recommend Moonshell2.
    You need to convert your videos to DPG first though (Moonshell2 comes with a DPG converter).

    The alternative is Tuna-viDS which plays AVI, but it must be converted to a certain size first.
     
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    whats the app to convert the vids if u dont mind me asking?
     
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    DPGenc comes in the moonshell download.
     
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    There is also dpg4x which is a pretty spiffy dpg converter...
     
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    Not trying to hijack, but is this the same case for the DSi XL with and Acekard 2i ? or can the DSi XL handle different file formats ?
     
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    It's not the system or flashcart that matters*, it's the software. Moonshell2 will run the same on an R4 in a DS Phat as it does on an iEvolution in a DSi, the only exception would be if there was a version of Moonshell2 made for DSi mode --which there isn't.

    *SuperCard DSTwo has special software that takes advantage of it's onboard CPUs that performs better than other homebrew.
    IIRC, SCDSTwo can run regular AVI without conversion just fine.
     

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