I am using moonshell on my NDS to play a .dpg movie file. It works, i can see it play on the touch screen where i can change settings etc. But when i flick it to the top screen it continues to play, the screen looks like it is tying to do something and the movie continues to play but I cant see it.
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the video you are watching or trying to watch was obviously copied over too it, it may be an MKV file..(blue ray file) i hate to tell you this but...the Chromo AAAAAAAA White 4gb 7" Android 4.0 Touch Capacitive Screen only has 512k of ram...(thats brain power to perform tasks) in other words....the movie file your playing has far too much data in HD and DOLBY data to play it smootly and your device is stalling using up all the ram tryng to play the movie.....to play a HD Movie without stuff ups you need at least 2gig ram not 512k thats like half a gig ram you have there and just wont do it. you already posted the specs in the title of this problem see >>> Chromo AAAAAAAA White 4gb 7" Android 4.0 Touch Capacitive Screen 1.2ghz 512 RAM Mid Tablet Pc Wifi 3g Camera Tr-a13 - Bonus USB 2.0 to Micro USB Adapter.....take note it says ....512k RAM !!!! you need more ram at least 2gig ram to play HD movies....you could try and see if you can get extra ram for these...im sure you can.
It all depends on your TV. Not all tv's can play movies, and even the ones that can play movie files, it cannot play every type of format. Try changing your file format. Try avi, mkv, mp4 and so on. I hope this helps, give me a feedback if it doesn't. good luck.
Mine works fine!!
Download English 1.18 from the R4 website.
You should have 4 files on your card
you then add the .nds game files from wherever you get them from
Make sure the card is formatted first, ie there are no other files on it. try FAT. rather than FAT 32. I can't remember which but I've had no problems with either the card or the software, best thing since sliced bread, and it only cost me a tenner.
Hi, this is how I load movies from DVD onto my iPod Touch. Two programs are required, DVD Shrink and Handbrake. They are both available to download for Free. I use DVD Shink 3.2 and Handbrake 0.9.3 but other versions are also available. Just Google to find them.
DVD Shrink is used to extract just the movie from the contents (menus etc) of the DVD, and Handbrake is then used to convert the movie into an .mp4 or .mv4 file which can be played on your iPod Touch. Load the movie file into iTunes on your computer (File>Add File to Library) and copy it onto your iPod Touch.
you can play saved Roms without using the original game cartridge. Also you can load homebrew apps on it (Moonshell). With these apps you can transform your NDS into a multi-media player....(Movies,Mp3's, etc.). You will need some software to convert the movies to a format (dpg) to view them. I have a Nintendo lite, I would assume that all the flash carts would be similar for the Dsi. You might want to check the compatability of them with the Dsi.
Its best to use the newest version of MoonShell. Theres a 2.0 version out that I think still works for R4s.
Still, it may be your format. Use the DPG tools and format the file again. Also try formating the video to something easier to convert, like say, a basic AVI file. Then convert that into a DPG and see if that works.