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Topic review - Cute(3)DSCapture - A Capture Software for Linux (and Mac)
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  Post subject:  Re: Cute(3)DSCapture - A Capture Software for Linux (and Mac  Reply with quote
Guest wrote:
Glad you're feeling better. Depression is no laughing matter and can take a lot of time to start to get back on your feet.
Take your time with the software, we don't want you to over do it.
I've been using parallels on my mac which works great, maybe if you tried the trial versionyou could get a sense of how it performs.

-Reuben.

I tried using Parallels, but the screen sort of flickers all the time. The video feed from the DS flashes white, comes back for a second, flashes again, etc. Did you have this problem too? If you did, how did you fix it?
Post Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2017 9:42 pm
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Glad you're feeling better. Depression is no laughing matter and can take a lot of time to start to get back on your feet.
Take your time with the software, we don't want you to over do it.
I've been using parallels on my mac which works great, maybe if you tried the trial versionyou could get a sense of how it performs.

-Reuben.
Post Posted: Tue Feb 14, 2017 9:23 pm
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gRuFtY wrote:
Mac Versions in general are high on my priority list, but will probably still take some time. As much as I'd love to, I can't say more about this right now. Distributing software for make isn't really well documented, unfortunately :/


Ah ok I understand, I wasn't aware porting the current version for a newer OS would be difficult, I just have literally zero knowledge on the subject.

Thanks for all you do and I hope all the best for you! I will wait patiently for a working version on Sierra :).
Post Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 8:56 pm
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Mac Versions in general are high on my priority list, but will probably still take some time. As much as I'd love to, I can't say more about this right now. Distributing software for make isn't really well documented, unfortunately :/
Post Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 7:49 pm
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gRuFtY wrote:
Hi there!

It's about time that I get back in touch with you folks.
Sorry about my lack of support. As skipster said, I've been struggling with depression and have been in hospital for that. I know many people won't be interested in the details, but I feel like it's important to talk about those things. If you're not interested in that, feel free to skip the next paragraph.

Still reading? Cool :D I'll try to keep this short anyways.
I have been in hospital in September and October because of severe depression. August was probably the worst month, I planed on committing suicide back then (I'm glad I didn't actually do that), but it started months earlier and lasted longer then the stay in the hospital. I'm slowly getting back on track, I started doing important tasks I didn't do while the depression was stronger and I'm finally starting to do the things I like again. I know, it doesn't sound intuitive that I start doing the things I like last, but that's just how it is for me.
During the bad time, my work on CDC and C3C was one of the first hobbies I stopped doing because it started to feel like work. Although I like creating this software, it's already good enough for my personal purpose and making it work for others is mostly just that: work. I needed to drop hobbies like that to recover.
Fortunately since late December I feel much better thanks to new medication. This means I can finally get back to CuteCapture and try to make it work for your use cases as well.

So, what does that mean? Will I release a new and shiny version of the software tomorrow, with all the features you ever wanted and all those you never dreamed of? Well, no. Sorry, I'm not that fast.
But it means I'll try to be active in this thread again, listen to your problems, try to help you fix them and work towards audio and mac support. I can't and won't give an ETA on that, that never really worked for me ^^"
About the new 3DS support: I can't really tell you something about that right now. I'd love to make that happen, but I don't currently own a new 3DS, especially not one with a capture unit. Ages ago Loopy mentioned that the new 3DS is a bit harder to initialize, I'd need to get in contact with him for that, but having no unit I could test my code with makes developing this hard. Unfortunately I can't currently afford a new 3DS with capture unit, so I guess this is won't happen in the near future, as much as I'd love to make it happen. Sorry!


Hey! Really glad to have you back! I Registered to comment on how much I appreciate your Cute3DS software as it has allowed me to record countless videos for my youtube channel!

I personally don't need/hope for an updated super powerful version of the software, but I do want to ask, is making a Mac OS Sierra working version of the software very complicated? I can't record videos on my new computer because the software crashed immediately, so I'm having to record my 3DS videos on one computer and the rest in the new one.

Would it be possible to just have the exact same version of the software but functional on the latest OS perhaps sooner than the ultimate new featured loaded version?

Thanks once again for your software, I wouldn't be able to be doing what I do if it weren't for you!
Post Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:46 pm
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So I just realized I still don't have builds ready for Ubuntu and Debian. I guess I'll work on those and the Mac Version first, so more people can use CuteCapture. Audio will follow after that.

Speaking of the mac version - Many people asked me if they could help me with that. I'm thinking of creating a Discord server for that, cause I could need some people with experience in developing for mac and some people testing the beta-builds. So... If you're a mac and discord user and interested in helping me with distributing or testing the mac build, feel free to message me. If I can find a few interested people, that could speed this up quite a bit, if it works out the way I intend.
Post Posted: Wed Feb 08, 2017 2:23 pm
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Grufty, good to see you back!
Post Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 2:58 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Cute(3)DSCapture - A Capture Software for Linux (and Mac  Reply with quote
gRuFtY wrote:
Hi there!

It's about time that I get back in touch with you folks.
Sorry about my lack of support. As skipster said, I've been struggling with depression and have been in hospital for that. I know many people won't be interested in the details, but I feel like it's important to talk about those things. If you're not interested in that, feel free to skip the next paragraph.

Still reading? Cool :D I'll try to keep this short anyways.
I have been in hospital in September and October because of severe depression. August was probably the worst month, I planed on committing suicide back then (I'm glad I didn't actually do that), but it started months earlier and lasted longer then the stay in the hospital. I'm slowly getting back on track, I started doing important tasks I didn't do while the depression was stronger and I'm finally starting to do the things I like again. I know, it doesn't sound intuitive that I start doing the things I like last, but that's just how it is for me.
During the bad time, my work on CDC and C3C was one of the first hobbies I stopped doing because it started to feel like work. Although I like creating this software, it's already good enough for my personal purpose and making it work for others is mostly just that: work. I needed to drop hobbies like that to recover.
Fortunately since late December I feel much better thanks to new medication. This means I can finally get back to CuteCapture and try to make it work for your use cases as well.

So, what does that mean? Will I release a new and shiny version of the software tomorrow, with all the features you ever wanted and all those you never dreamed of? Well, no. Sorry, I'm not that fast.
But it means I'll try to be active in this thread again, listen to your problems, try to help you fix them and work towards audio and mac support. I can't and won't give an ETA on that, that never really worked for me ^^"
About the new 3DS support: I can't really tell you something about that right now. I'd love to make that happen, but I don't currently own a new 3DS, especially not one with a capture unit. Ages ago Loopy mentioned that the new 3DS is a bit harder to initialize, I'd need to get in contact with him for that, but having no unit I could test my code with makes developing this hard. Unfortunately I can't currently afford a new 3DS with capture unit, so I guess this is won't happen in the near future, as much as I'd love to make it happen. Sorry!

i'm sure i speak for everyone when i say i'm so glad you're starting to be feeling better!!! i know personally that stuff aint easy to deal with and it's awesome that you're feeling well enough to drop by and give us an update. please know that your work is super appreciated, and i know i'm anticipating what you have in store for the mac heads on here :^) thank you!!!
Post Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 2:30 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Cute(3)DSCapture - A Capture Software for Linux (and Mac  Reply with quote
Hi there!

It's about time that I get back in touch with you folks.
Sorry about my lack of support. As skipster said, I've been struggling with depression and have been in hospital for that. I know many people won't be interested in the details, but I feel like it's important to talk about those things. If you're not interested in that, feel free to skip the next paragraph.

Still reading? Cool :D I'll try to keep this short anyways.
I have been in hospital in September and October because of severe depression. August was probably the worst month, I planed on committing suicide back then (I'm glad I didn't actually do that), but it started months earlier and lasted longer then the stay in the hospital. I'm slowly getting back on track, I started doing important tasks I didn't do while the depression was stronger and I'm finally starting to do the things I like again. I know, it doesn't sound intuitive that I start doing the things I like last, but that's just how it is for me.
During the bad time, my work on CDC and C3C was one of the first hobbies I stopped doing because it started to feel like work. Although I like creating this software, it's already good enough for my personal purpose and making it work for others is mostly just that: work. I needed to drop hobbies like that to recover.
Fortunately since late December I feel much better thanks to new medication. This means I can finally get back to CuteCapture and try to make it work for your use cases as well.

So, what does that mean? Will I release a new and shiny version of the software tomorrow, with all the features you ever wanted and all those you never dreamed of? Well, no. Sorry, I'm not that fast.
But it means I'll try to be active in this thread again, listen to your problems, try to help you fix them and work towards audio and mac support. I can't and won't give an ETA on that, that never really worked for me ^^"
About the new 3DS support: I can't really tell you something about that right now. I'd love to make that happen, but I don't currently own a new 3DS, especially not one with a capture unit. Ages ago Loopy mentioned that the new 3DS is a bit harder to initialize, I'd need to get in contact with him for that, but having no unit I could test my code with makes developing this hard. Unfortunately I can't currently afford a new 3DS with capture unit, so I guess this is won't happen in the near future, as much as I'd love to make it happen. Sorry!
Post Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 1:06 pm
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SHCommunity wrote:
Hey so the 3ds capture card works with the newest Mac version which is AMAZING but the ds one doesn't it crashes when I plug in my usb any fixes?

Not yet, we're still waiting on gRuFtY, who, last we heard, was in the hospital for depression. Getting help for that is much more important, so CuteDSCapture was put on the back burner. If there is any news, gRuFtY will likely post it here, but if I somehow get any information, I'll be sure to post it here as well.
Post Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 10:53 pm

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