DPGPlay Let's assume you've mastered the finer points of DS homebrew. You understand why Infantile Paralysiser calls himself such, and you know how to use Moonshell.
Now, let's assume you've caught the flu or you feel absolutely lazy and want to watch the stockpiled Nintendo DS MPEG (DPG) files you have through your DS via the Moonshell app. However, you're so unbearably lazy that you don't want the hassle of moving them from computer to DS, or manually putting the files back into a form that your PC can read. What do you do?
If you're a drunken coder, you'll find a way to play DPG files on your PC. That's exactly what the folks at Drunken Coders have done by introducing DPG Play v2.4. With it, you can look for a .dpg file you already have on your computer and have it playable right on your PC with the accompanying video player. You can say it works both ways, letting you watch videos you've picked up from a game (if you know how to grab them, of course) on your PC, or letting you keep one format for the vids you like seeing on your DS and your PC. Definitely a space saver.
In any case, you can simply unzip the folder and follow the readme for instructions on using the application. It's quite user-friendly, even if the readme is a bit short on content. Of course, if you already know how to use Moonshell, then knowing how to get DPGs and use an app like this should be a simple process for you, right? Just remember: this is an app for your PC to play DS-MPEG files, alright? Enjoy!
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