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hardware OS4   hardware OS4 : Video of OS4/MicroA1 Demo @ Technology Channel
   posted by Anonymous on 27-Mar-2004 8:24:22 (5533 reads)
( new host thanks to NeRP - bandwidth exceeded )

Divx video (with english subtitles) of the AmigaOS4 / MicroA1 demo at Turkish Technolgy Channel is now available for download.

Click here to download the video. (11 MB)
Click here to download the english subtitles...
    

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Re: Video of OS4/MicroA1 Demo @ Technology Channel
Posted on 28-Mar-2004 0:02:09
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@Duff,Zorro.
Am I the only one with a nice setup? I've had it installed for the last year or so. I did however at the start notice it was slightly sluggish. I have an Asus motherboard and in the bios there is a performance tab which can either be set to Optimal or Turbo. One day I selected Turbo and have been amazed ever since. I have lot's off applications installed and everything runs like a dream. Maybe I've just been lucky with my system.


No, you are not the only one with a "nice setup", and yes you have been lucky. :) This coming from someone who deals with XP machines all day long. Yeah it's a lot better than the old versions, but it can become so sluggish, even when turning off extra services, and cleaning out spyware. There is just no excuse for it from a company who is so well funded as Microsoft.

I think, from all of the demonstrations of OS4 at our user group meetings, that it feels a heck of alot faster running on a 800MHz PPC than XP does running on a 3.0GHz P4. (And before anyone jumps in to defend the P4's "superior" architecture, I said it "feels" more responsive).

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Re: Video of OS4/MicroA1 Demo @ Technology Channel
Posted on 28-Mar-2004 3:46:10
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I'm wondering if you're being sarcastic? Because the two things that first came to mind was:

1. Where's the opaque window moves?

and

2. Amithlon running on a older AMD Duron 800 with a cheapie graphics card looked AT LEAST as fast.

I can see, however, the improvement over past demonstration videos. Keep up the good work!

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Am I the only one with a nice setup?

You?re not the only one with a PC that runs reasonably ok. e.g. loading MSWord2002 about 2 seconds (on first load, without Office's preload startup applet). Reloading MSWord2002 takes about 1 second.


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1. Where's the opaque window moves?

it's my fault...I forgot to turn it on before the demo...:(

I also planned to show OS4 Freespace, Warp3D native.
But it wasn't possible to show them all in 4 minutes..:(

 
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Nooooo... The links doesn't work!!! I don't know what there is wrong, but the file I get, the computer is unable to identify, it only takes about second to download, and when I plays it, it has a negavive lenght, and therefore it will not play... Help me, I really want to see the movie.....

 
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Re: Video of OS4/MicroA1 Demo @ Technology Channel now onlin
Posted on 28-Mar-2004 18:04:53
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Arrrrrtgh


Bandwidth limit reached !!


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Bandwidth limits

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amiga.gen.tr's bandwidth limit is 5 GB...they ask for 45 USD for another 5 GB bandwidth..Unfortunately our web site will be closed for the 2 next days :(

 
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Posted on 29-Mar-2004 11:06:12
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Well can't someone who's downloaded it, upload it to another site with sufficent bandwidth?


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the 2 next days



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Gimme the file and I'll host it for 'ya!

/shoe

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HEY!!! I don't see anything going on here.....

 
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Still not working...

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salass00 wrote:
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Still not working...


http://www3.telus.net/NeRP/amiga.avi


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Brutus wrote:
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HEY!!! I don't see anything going on here.....

You need the divx codec...


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@hnl_dk

Thanks .

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OK, I now have the file but the image freezes up and won't change at a certain point .

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@Anyone have problems viewing the video:

I'll have MPEG, RM, and WMF versions available later today on my website, scroll right to the bottom of the video page for links.
(Should be online just after 6pm UK time tonight, providing all goes well.

I'll post again

 
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Posted on 31-Mar-2004 15:02:35
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Hey guys, it's not THAT fast. Really.

Perhaps it's faster than some previous version. Or perhaps shown apps start faster than the 68k binary of those apps on 68k Amigas. But IMO, my AOS3.9 on 060/50 is not any slower in window movement etc.

Surely, after IDE DMA is enabled and all GFX libraries are native PPC, apps start "instantly" without that kind of delays...

(for example: native Amplifier on AOS4/600Mhz should start as fast as Hippoplayer does on AOS3.x/50Mhz. or faster)


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Posted on 31-Mar-2004 15:34:39
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It didn't look very fast to me. My XP setup is more responsive on that (on a 900mhz duron).

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