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    NDS tuna-viDS

    News/release from Chism:

    Merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone at gbadev.org and #dsdev.

    Controls:
    A - Play
    B - Pause
    X - Toggle bottom backlight
    Y, while touching the touch screen - Seek
    Left - increase video delay by one frame
    Right - decrease video delay by one frame

    Instructions:
    1) Put tuna-vids.avi in the root of your flash card.
    2) DLDI patch tuna-vids.nds and copy it to your flash card
    3) Start tuna-vids.nds
    3.1) tuna-vids.nds will not start correctly when booted from NDSMP.
    Use a different NDS loader, such as the one at
    http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/NDS_...NDS_loader.zip
    4) Switch off DS when video has finished playing.

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    It's working.

    However, I had to put the avi file

    in the root directory.

    Also, I had tried another avi file; however, it did not work.

    I hope this homebrew will be improved.
    Last edited by gncltostms12; December 26th, 2007 at 02:39.

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    Thats what happens when DCEMU are retarded and dont post the full details. So ill post them for you.

    Tuna-viDS plays videos with the following format:

    * Video: 256px wide, up to 192px tall, up to 12fps, Xvid encoded, non-interlaced
    * Audio: Mono MP3
    * Container: AVI with chunk index, video must be the first stream (fourcc 00dc)

    You can use ffmpeg to convert videos with this command (all one line):

    ffmpeg -i <infile> -f avi -r 10 -s 256x192 -b 192k -bt 64k -vcodec libxvid -deinterlace
    -acodec libmp3lame -ar 32000 -ab 96k -ac 1 tuna-vids.avi

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    The official site for Tuna-viDS: http://chishm.drunkencoders.com/tuna-vids/index.html

    The author's nick is Chishm but most people spell it wrong, so it's now a bit of a joke.
    Last edited by Sektor; December 26th, 2007 at 14:21.

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    Haha, so THAT's why Chishm was looking for an mp3 decoder that ran entirely on the ARM7 alone! Gonna check this out soon, a new video player sounds awesome even if it would only really be useful for anime and such at 12 fps.

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