Happier Than A Woodpecker In A Virgin Forest?


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This is my “After” video about my new Goofy skin for my *New* Nintendo 3DS XL, and what happened when I applied the decals I bought from DecalGirl, after watching the instruction video.
I start off by talking about the cost of a venti cup of hot water with 2 inches of steamed milk at Starbucks, and why I am buying it, and some news about watching 3D movies on the Nintendo 3DS.

DecalGirl Skins: https://www.decalgirl.com/

Mocha Teeccino In A Clear, Glass Mug


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I used a clear, glass mug, so you can see the color of this coffee alternative.
Brand name: Teeccino
Flavor: Mocha
For the details, please watch and listen.
Also, I’m trying out another frame, hoping it looks better than the last one. :/

Teeccino coffee alternative: http://teeccino.com/

Nintendo 3DS Video Resolutions Comparison


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As you can see, Janice finally cut my hair, and I can’t wait to make a video about this new coffee alternative! :/
This is a very interesting situation that I hopefully explain in this video:
There are two choices of resolutions when you convert a 3D video to the 3DS file format with StereoMovie Maker freeware; 400×240 or 480×240.
I can think of a few reasons to use one or the other, and that’s what I talk about in this video.
I also try out my new picture frame that I found on the free 3D model search engine, yobi3D, and converted to stereoscopic 3D with Blender.

StereoMovie Maker: http://stereo.jpn.org/eng/stvmkr/
yobi3D: https://www.yobi3d.com
Blender: https://www.blender.org/

Watching 3D Movies On The Nintendo 3DS


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The code has been cracked! I can now watch my own 3D movies on my Nintendo 3DS, baby, oh, baby!
Now, as I say in this video, don’t get your panties all tied up in a wad over this—I’m talking about making and watching *my own* movies.
After a few days of banging my head against the wall over this, I’ve apparently finally solved the mystery of how to convert 3D movies and play them via the microSD card in my Nintendo 3DS.
I also mention my FiiO E6 Portable Headphone Amplifier, now that I found the EQ settings. :/

Avidemux freeware: http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/
StereoMovie Maker freeware: http://stereo.jpn.org/eng/stvmkr/
FiiO E6 Portable Headphone Amplifier: http://www.amazon.com/FiiO-E6-Portable-Headphone-Amplifier/dp/B005HJWWW8

Amplifying The Nintendo 3DS


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I’m trying out one of those cheap audio amplifiers, hoping it will raise the volume of my Nintendo 3DS.
I bought the Fiio E06 Portable Headphone Amplifier from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/FiiO-E6-Portable-Headphone-Amplifier/dp/B005HJWWW8