A-EON Technology to distribute DVPlayer

Date 16-Jun-2014 18:06:39
Topic: software OS4

A-EON Technology is pleased to announce that it has reached an agreement with Stephen Fellner to become the sole distributor of DvPlayer, the premier multimedia player for AmigaOS 4.1.

DvPlayer is developed by Amiga enthusiasts for Amiga enthusiasts, delivering the ultimate multimedia experience to AmigaOS 4.1. It is compatible with all Next-Generation AmigaOS computers including the AmigaONE X1000 and future models.

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As part of the distribution agreement A-EON Technology will host the website and offer new versions of DvPlayer on AMIStore as and when they become available.

A-EON Technology will also handle all administration including payments, registration and software upgrades, freeing up Stephen and the rest of the development team to concentrate on what they do best.

The current version of DvPlayer runs under AmigaOS 4.1and supports the following video formats:-

● MPEG-1/2 video streams
● MPEG-1/2 system streams
● MPEG audio files
● VideoCD
● AVI files (inc.OpenDML extens.)
● ASF/WMV files
● AIFF audio files

DvPlayer also supports many audiand video codecs via avcodec.library including MPEG Video 1/2, DiVX, XVID, MJPG, Cinepak, Indeo VideoPCM, MPEG Audio (Layer1-3) and more. It uses fast direct-rendering algorithms for every possible HiColor and TrueColor display mode and separate rendering routines for half scale and 16:9 movies so that they are correctly displayed at the correct aspect ratio.

DvPlayer uses a new triple buffering technique which is only available in OS4.0+. There many other features including:keyboards shortcuts, a skinnable GUI, full screen and windowed displays, Amidock support, DVD and VideoCD playback, subtitle support, support for external plugins, a visual audio scope and many,many more.

For more information please visit the official DV Player website: dvplayer.amistore.net

Official Press Release (PDF)

This article comes from AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

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