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Software News   Software News : Shorten ported to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS
   posted by lionstorm on 19-Aug-2006 19:11:22 (1870 reads)
Shorten is a fast, low complexity waveform coder (i.e. audio compressor), originally written by Tony Robinson at SoftSound.
It can operate in both lossy and lossless modes.

Thanks to Michel 'DMX' Bagmeijer for the port of 3.6.0 version to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS.

get it here amiga.sourceforge.net/
    

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Samurai_Crow 
Re: Shorten ported to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS
Posted on 19-Aug-2006 20:02:28
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Yay! This means one step closer to having Total Chaos ready for OS4!

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Re: Shorten ported to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS
Posted on 19-Aug-2006 21:09:27
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YAY!!!!!!!!! I have been needing this for a decade!!
I have gotten so many emails from gamers complaining of strange and bizarre ixemul errors that I have no control over!

Now DMX has killed the ixemul!

DMX RuleZ the porting scene!!! Hooray for DMX!!!


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Re: Shorten ported to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS
Posted on 20-Aug-2006 7:44:28
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The same question again:
And an OS4 version ?


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Re: Shorten ported to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS
Posted on 20-Aug-2006 9:33:00
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Why not use WarpOS emu for the moment? And port something else

Tuxedo.

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Re: Shorten ported to AmigaOS m68k and WarpOS
Posted on 21-Aug-2006 10:26:50
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Thanks to DMX

Even though I wont use this its nice to see people still thinking of porting stuff to OS3.X

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