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Announcement   Announcement : Newcastle Video is now online
   posted by Anonymous on 25-Feb-2004 21:38:36 (1398 reads)
The video of the demo given by Jurassic Camper with Q & A's from Alan Redhouse is now online.



WMV and RealPlayer are done, I've tried uploading the MPEG but that will take about 10 hours on my dial up, that will have to wait until weekend.

Usual place, i.e. the media page at AmigaOneProductions

The Newcastle stuff is about half way down, that page is starting to get a bit busy and hard to follow I think, maybe a re-design is needed
    

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Oxygenet 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 2:14:32
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Great video, keep up the great work, especially like Q&A with Alan and seeing the solid window dragging in OS4, looks very fast now.

Chris

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elwood 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 10:37:03
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Fast ? Graphics is still in 68k ! Wow, imagine when it will be PPC !

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ikir 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 10:50:06
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68k, yet?

I'm downloading now.

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niceguy1979 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 11:57:58
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if you want help redesigning your site AmigOneProductions then i might be able to help

cheers
niceguy1979

ps. this is an example of the usergroups, now defunct website that i used to run. my webdesign skills have improved alot since then, as has my spelling too...http://web.ukonline.co.uk/luke.stowe/cwccc/index.html

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Georg 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
Posted on 26-Feb-2004 13:05:29
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Wow, imagine when it will be PPC !


For window dragging this should not basically have any big effect at all, if they were still "promoting" all windows to smart refresh type. Because then window dragging is just a lot of blit operations which are surely handled by the gfx driver using the gfx card blitter. No "~cpu-gfx" functions being used. With simple refresh windows it would be different, as certain gfx operations are surely handled by cpu (instead of gfx card blitter), and damage in simple refresh windows caused by movement of windows will be repainted by the application owning those simple refresh windows using all kind of the available graphics library functions like text drawing, line drawing, pattern drawing, area filling. Not just and only "simple" blitting involved during window movement, in this case.

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Anonymous 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
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@Niceguy1979

Yeah, I might just take you up on that offer, maybe we can get together at the Midlands demo next month and discuss ideas, face to face discussion with pen and paper always works better for me for stuff like this <G>

 
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alx 
Re: Newcastle Video is now online
Posted on 27-Feb-2004 18:20:02
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Great video, as always OS4 is definitely getting faster...

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Anonymous 
Re: Update
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UPDATE: MPEG VERSION NOW AVAILABLE

 
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