NDS Texture Converter NomadTeam released a fun tool for homebrew makers recently, and while it's meant for the DS, we're pretty sure you can find other uses for this little app of theirs. We present to you the NDS Texture Converter.
The NDS Texture Converter lets you add a little something extra to your homebrew games. It allows for switching of image formats, as well as changing how your textures are visualized on screen. It should help you out if you're looking for ways to add something different to your usual homebrew release, or perhaps if you want to take something out of one of your games and alter it for use elsewhere.
In any case, here are the features. The download only has a French readme (a .chm file), but the devs themselves seem to be fluent English speakers, so you can visit their site if you want to know more. Just remember that you'll need the latest version of DirectX 9 to run this, and you should be fine. In any case, enjoy the download!
* Support of formats BMP, DIB, JPG, PNG, TGA and DDS * Support of modes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 7 * Visualization by forms 3d: Sphere, cubic, cylinder and cone * Ability of rotating these forms * Outline of the transparency and the levels of alpha * Panel of information of the image
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