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Announcement   Announcement : Interview with Stephen Fellner
   posted by mailman on 20-Sep-2009 17:55:09 (2928 reads)
Stephen Fellner, author of DvPlayer, WarpView, RiVA, developer and beta-tester of AmigaOS 4.x, agreed to have an interview in which he talks about many aspects concerning his Amiga input.

The interview is available at PPA (Polish Amiga News Portal) in both Polish and English.
    

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Templario 
Re: Interview with Stephen Fellner
Posted on 20-Sep-2009 21:23:38
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A very good interview and with good news about the future new video formats for DvPlayer.

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Re: Interview with Stephen Fellner
Posted on 20-Sep-2009 22:57:00
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Good interview with Stephen Fellner.

I like DvPlayer (so far I have used only the special versions distributed with OS4.0 and OS4.1).

I have also been using WarpView 0.8 since it became available.

Downloaded WarpView 1.05 this afternoon. Looks like a very nice program with lots of features.

Thanks Stephen,

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Re: Interview with Stephen Fellner
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Agreed, the continuing development of DVPlayer is great news, it is one of my favourite apps.

The implementation of new file format can only improve on the software.

Frame rate seems to be an issue with some formats on DVPlayer as it stands at the moment so hope that is also being worked on.


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DvPlayer is awesome.


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Re: Interview with Stephen Fellner
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Stephen,

In the dock on my Workbench, I have WarpView and DvPlayer (registered) among 10 or 12 items ! Great work and apps.
I enjoy knowing more about you thanks to this interview.

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Thanks for the interview :)

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Hello,

Verry interesting and great interview

It's a llways great to know what a programmer have planned for his amiga development and know some of his ancient experience with amiga community and friends.

Thanks to the PPL site for have made this interview (and lots of before this one).


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DvPlayer is just excellent, I registered it once, but I'm going to re register when he gets Mov and FLV files working i think.


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DvPlayer should support playback of Flyer Clips. The Windows version of TV Paint/Aura has been able to do this for years.

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