Video players for nds

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Boriar, Oct 18, 2008.

  1. Boriar
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    Boriar GBAtemp Fan

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    Hi all!

    I want to know if there're a player for dpg appart from moonshell for nds.
    Also are there some gbm video player for nds (video format for GBA/GB)?

    Thanks.
     
  2. spleenandpie

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  3. Sarvesh50

    Sarvesh50 Aye!

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    damm if i could use it on my dstt...
     
  4. ENDscape

    ENDscape REBORN! I will post with my Dying Will!!!

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    You can use m3 sakura on your dstt. Get the dldi ver.
     
  5. Narin

    Narin The Cheat Master, kupo!

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    M3 Saukura just uses a modified version of Moonshell ;p
     
  6. Boriar
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    Yes, but it's because infantile is the author of the two programs.
    Well, it's a really [​IMG] good player but big homebrew. Remember that it's a firmware. I'm looking for a dedicated program and so less heavy for the microSD.
    And what about a player for gbm files on nds or gba format?
     
  7. Boriar
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    Hey, many thanks. A new version!! GREEEEAAAT!
     
  8. pedroion

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    Any tutorials on how to make Sakura work in R4?
     
  9. konstantin214

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    can it work on n5 revol.
     
  10. konstantin214

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    so can it work ?
     
  11. updowners

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    I think it only works on the m3 real.
     
  12. Ferrariman

    Ferrariman Hip-Flop and cRap

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    We've had this discussion months ago, use the search button.
     
  13. pokeboy100

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    Nope it works on other cards.
     
  14. AeroHex

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    moonshell
    sakura
    spinals movie player
     
  15. cepheus

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    moonshell ftw.

    it does pretty much everything.
     
  16. da_head

    da_head A dying dream..

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    moonshell still is the best.
     
  17. spleenandpie

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    m3 sakura is the best dpg player because...

    -waaaaaaaaaaaaaay better dpg player then moonshell
    -more volume on dpg vids then moonshell
    -looks cooler
    -reads more text formats
    -less complicated to use(kinda)
    -asome!!!!!
     
  18. Sepharius

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    Can it be used on an Acekard RPG card?
     
  19. Tall Alien

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    is there any video player that can play other movie files like mp3, avi, mpg wutever fuckin cant convert videos to dpg
     
  20. SylvWolf

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    There are a few other options, such as Spinal's Movie Player and Tuna-ViDS.

    Spinal's uses it's own format that utilizes jpg images and uncompressed audio. This is the only thread I could find: Link.

    Tuna-ViDS uses a special kind of avi format. It still needs converting, no matter the extension. Again, this is the latest thread I could find: Link.

    These both require conversion, but maybe you'll have better luck converting to these formats than you've had with DPG. I've not personally tried them, hope they work out for you.