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khayoz 
Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
Posted on 15-May-2021 22:33:45
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@simplex

Do you REALLY wanna take this any further off topic?
Make a new thread and I will reply there, and while you're at it bring Big D!

So I can give some whoop ass!

EDIT: Made a new thread - https://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=44187&forum=4&0

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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@khayoz

In all honesty, no, I'm not particularly keen on discussing it. I just feel compelled to speak up from time to time. These sorts of arguments are always dumb, and are one reason I decide to stay away from this forum from time to time.

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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So you read my new thread, Kool!

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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@thread

Apologies for posting on-topic:

Follow your bliss

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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Thankyou, we have missed you Trevor :)
Great news on that renewed DVPlayer.

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With the release of Emotion, I thought DVPlayer development was dead. What would be the advantage of using one vs. the other?

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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With the release of Emotion, I thought DVPlayer development was dead.


For what reason it should have died?

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What would be the advantage of using one vs. the other?


They are two similar programs that perform similar functions .. using one or the other is a matter of taste ... aniway DvPlayer have a good support for DVD while EMotion have a streaming support that DvPlayer doesn't have yet

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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samo79 Quote:

They are two similar programs that perform similar functions .. using one or the other is a matter of taste ... aniway DvPlayer have a good support for DVD while EMotion have a streaming support that DvPlayer doesn't have yet


Shouldn't a video player be a GUI for datatypes video? With video controls and settings built into datatypes, shouldn't Multiview be sufficient to play videos?

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
Posted on 16-Jun-2021 19:02:51
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@Thread

Yay, a photo of the A1222 Plus Rev 3 board! Does it work? Are they starting ‘mass production’!

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@Thread
Here’s a photo:



This called the Amy05/Panda board but it was never released. The A1222 Plus needs to recoup all the A-EON development costs and Matthew’s logistics costs

“Don’t do a Troika!!!”

“Keep the Party Going!”

“Ship the damn thing!”



(Edit: Photo a bit too big!)

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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@BigD

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Does it work?

Is there an OS for it?

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Pretty board though....



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@bison

Yeah! It's called AmigaOS

... now getting an OEM license to ship with the machine; well that's a different matter!

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Re: Trevor's Amiga Blog
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BigD Quote:

This called the Amy05/Panda board but it was never released. The A1222 Plus needs to recoup all the A-EON development costs and Matthew’s logistics costs

“Don’t do a Troika!!!”


Forget Troika. How about the Boxer?



And more importantly the Natami MX!



Thomas Hirsch is an artist! Give him a proper development team, modernized 68k with Amiga custom chips in an ASIC SoC, Amiga branded hardware, funding and unleash his creations! The AmigaOS was revitalized when the 68k Amiga was no longer ignored and now it is time to stop ignoring and start supporting 68k hardware!

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Thomas Hirsch is an artist! Give him a proper development team, modernized 68k with Amiga custom chips in an ASIC SoC, Amiga branded hardware, funding and unleash his creations! The AmigaOS was revitalized when the 68k Amiga was no longer ignored and now it is time to stop ignoring and start supporting 68k hardware!


Thomas is on hiatus and Gunnar ran with the concept. There’s too much competition now for Thomas to do anything but work with the Apollo Team IMHO. He lost the write to lead the 68k endeavour sadly.

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Thomas is on hiatus and Gunnar ran with the concept. There’s too much competition now for Thomas to do anything but work with the Apollo Team IMHO. He lost the write to lead the 68k endeavour sadly.


Gunnar is playing with Thomas's SAGA and Jens's N68k core. He encroached on the leadership of Thomas and caused friction. There were other people who had problems with Gunnar as well. Gunnar has technical knowledge but may be a liability to a team if he can't be kept in check. Thomas is a meek individual and may not have had the social skills to put him in his place. Jens wanted to open source the N68k core and I believe Gunnar persuaded him not to. Starting to get the picture? In any case, I would contact Thomas and Jens to get straight answers on the status and availability of SAGA and the N68k core.

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...but he's sooo cuddly! How could he do any wrong?

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It's nice Trevor updated his blog.

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Posted on 17-Jun-2021 14:39:04
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New DvPlayer, nice!

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Posted on 17-Jun-2021 20:08:54
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@matthey

Ah yes the Boxer. I was truly sad back when it failed.

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