Q:What is the advantage of iPlayer?
A:No Converting. No PC software, Easy use. iPlayer can play video directly without any converting through hardware decoding.
Q:What is Hardware decoding?
A:Because the hardware limitation of DS console, DS can't play video directly. iPlayer has a decode chip built-in. This chip provide the powerful multi-media function beyond the hardware limitation of DS console.
Q:What resolution does iPlayer support?
A:iPlayer can support 640 x 480 perfectly. Resolution out of this range, iPlayer can play it also, but we do not guarantee the fluency.
Q:What console does iPlayer support?
A:NDS, NDSL, NDSi.
Q: What video format does iPlayer support?
A:iPlayer support almost all popular video format. AVI, RMVB, RM, FLV, ASF, MPG, WMV, MP3, include the DivX & XviD.
Q:What size of MicroSD does iPlayer support?
A:Up to 32GBytes．And support SDHC high speed MicroSD．
Q:How about the iPlayer power consumption?
A:iPlayer can play video more than 4 hours. Test environment: Brightness 2, volume biggest with earphone, NDSL．
Q: How to upgrade iPlayer to support DSi v1.4?
1. first of all, copy update.dat and _system folder to the MicroSD. This is upgrade file. 2. Insert MicroSD into iPlayer, insert iPlayer into DSi. 3. Turn on the power, click the iPlayer icon. 4. When a message display on the screen. " An error has occurred Press and hold the POWER Button to turn the system off Please refer to the Nintendo DSi Operations Manual for details." [Important] Wait 2 mins, iPlayer is upgrading. (Warning: If turn off power at this moment, iPlayer will dead). 5. After 2 mins, turn off the power. you can delete the update.dat file. 6. Turn on the power, iPlayer icon will change to another one, it's no problem, just click it and enjoy you iplayer.
AVI:is a popular multimedia video format introduced by microsoft in 1992.
RMVB:is an extension of the RM format developed by RealNetworks.
MOV:QuickTime is a multimedia framework developed by Apple Inc.
DIVX:An attempt to create an alternative to video rental in the United States.
MPEG:formed to set standards for audio and video compression.
FLV:Flash Video is a multimedia format used to deliver videos over the Internet.
3GP:is a multimedia container format defined by the Third Generation Partnership Project.
ASF:is Microsoft's proprietary digital audio/digital video container format.
WMV:is a compressed video file format for several proprietary codecs developed by Microsoft.