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Software News   Software News : New version of V.A.M.P. multimedia player v2.00
   posted by Templario on 11-Nov-2018 11:38:22 (517 reads)
The V.A.M.P. Virtual Amiga Multimedia Player arrives to version 2.00 with new improvements, this player is programmed with Hollywood and it needs the Hollywood plugins to play videos, music formats, animations and show pictures.
The program is available for AmigaOS3.x, MorphOS, AmigaOS4.x, AROS and Windows.
And it is available to download here:
http://www.morguesoft.eu/Paginas/vamp.htm
    

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