DPGTools A new release of DPGTools is out. DPGTools converts your media files into a format that can be played on MoonShell (a media player for the Nintendo DS).
What is in the new version that was not in the old version of DPGTools? The previous version promised: * Improved GUI * Corresponded to the batch conversion of two or more files * Output destination can be selected * Special formats (FLV, etc) are recognized automatically * Imporved error check strengthened * Encoding can now be interrupted
This version promises: "The bug that the Movie part becomes 0 bytes was corrected" and "The bug that might fail in the interruption of encode was corrected."
We're still looking for a more complete changelog than those short Japanese-English phrases that came with the release, but we figured you probably wanted to try out this new release as soon as possible.
If you don't want to try this out until a more complete changelog is found, you can use BatchDPG which is a popular alternative.
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DPGTools Moonlight has released the latest update to his NDS homebrew video encoder program, DPGTools v1
BatchDPG If you're into watching movies on your on the go, then you may be pleased to know that homebrew developer Ghost has released a new version of his very handy DPG conversion software application for the Nintendo's portable console, dubbed BatchDPG v1
BatchDPG If the converter included in the MoonShell package
has lost its charm for you, then go ahead and try