sys-screenuploader

This is a forwarding service for sys-screenuploader.

sys-screenuploader is a sysmodule which monitors /Nintendo/Album directory on your SD card for new files and uploads them to this website for further processing.


Implemented forwarding modules

Feel free to request new modules and send other feature requests/proposals/bugreports (contacts below)


Installation

Download latest sys-screenuploader.zip and extract it to SD card root.

SX OS users: move 42000062616B6101 directory from /atmosphere/contents to /sxos/titles

Signup on this website, create a destination and put its ID (visible on the destination list page) to /config/sys-screenuploader/config.ini under destinations section (you may replace default destination value or create a new one and set default_destination value under the server section to its name)

Default configuration uploads captures to the #default-destination channel on this project's Discord server (link below)

If you want to use different destinations for some titles, add values under title_settings section following the example

Configuration UI is TBD

For logs see /config/sys-screenuploader/screenuploader.log


FAQ

I can't open the log file
The log file is inaccessible while the sysmodule is running. Either stop the sysmodule (using Kosmos Toolbox or by any other means) or plug your SD card into another device.
Media are not being sent
The sysmodule only detects newest screenshots. Check the startup messages, if they say that the latest media has a future date, congratulations!
This usually means that you're an Animal Crossing cheater and have took some captures "in future", and the sysmodule will only detect media with a date later than your captures from future.
To resolve this issue either delete all captures with a wrong date or move them outside the Album folder.
My log file is large
It's safe to delete it from time to time
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