Super Mario Bros in First Person - Play this Video on your 3DS*





Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Aug 21, 2012

VIDEO LINK (Size: 73 MB) : http://www.mediafire.com/?m4ck1zkbqhu...

NOTE: This video runs in full 3D on your 3DS! Read tutorial below:


1. Download the video file from the link included in this video description. Make sure you know where the file was stored or placed in your computer.

2. The video file is an .avi file. And it has been previously converted and tested to run on a Nintendo 3DS handheld. So you don't have to modify it any further. If your 3DS already has a video file with the exact same name, then RENAME the downloaded file so that it has a different name than the other video file. When changing the name of the .avi file, you only need to change the numerals after the UNDERSCORE (example: from HNI_0001.avi to HNI_0002.avi). Do not change the first 3 letters or the file or remove the underscore from it either. You should only change the numerals, if needed.

3. Once you have the video file ready and on your computer, turn off your 3DS. Make sure the power is off and not in sleep mode. Press the POWER button until on the lower screen of the 3DS you see the screen that allows you to effectively turn off the system.

4. Carefully remove the SD CARD from your 3DS system.

5. Introduce the SD CARD into a SD CARD READER (it either can be one that is built-in to your Computer or it can be a stand-alone version).

6. Once the SD CARD has been detected by your Computer, proceed to COPY the downloaded .avi video file to the SD CARD. Just make sure that the file is pasted inside the folder where your videos/images are stored. It usually is the first folder that you find inside the folder named: "DCIM". Also make sure that your SD CARD has enough memory space. If the video file size is too big for your SD CARD, it won't copy over. I suggest that you buy a SD CARD that is at least 4GB or 8GB if you're going to store more than a few videos in it. The Nintendo 3DS does support SD cards that are up to 32GB in size. If you plan to upload many videos to your 3DS, you should know that the system can also support 128GB SDXC cards. However, that type of card has to be reformatted to FAT32 in order to work.

7. Once the .avi video file has been pasted on your SD CARD, eject the card from your Computer and proceed to put the SC CARD back into your 3DS unit (the 3DS should still be with the power off).

8. Turn on the 3DS system. Wait for it to boot up and then open-up the NINTENDO 3DS CAMERA app.

9. Once the NINTENDO 3DS CAMERA app is activated, go to "View Photos/Videos".

10. Once inside "View Photos/Videos", the app should run an UPDATE that will make the video file you uploaded to your 3DS, visible. It may take a few seconds for it to do it. Eventually you will see it.

11. In order to better enjoy your uploaded videos, do the following: when you press on the video icon, they will give you the option to "Edit the Video". Press on that option. That way the video will run on the upper screen without any of the intrusive display texts.



When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next.

Up next

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...