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 File comments for:  Video » Play » swfplayer.lha

Swfplayer

Description: Standalone shockwave player for Amiga
Download: swfplayer.lha
Version: 1.4b6
Date: 22 Sep 2005
Category: video/play
FileID: 1053
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Comment by: abalaban (81.255.229.37)At: 26 Sep 2005, 09:08File version: 1.4b6
@AlexC
Hello, could you please contact me about the problem you are mentionning ? Go to
the homepage (http://abalaban.free.fr/swfplayer.html) for email.
 
 
Comment by: AlexC (66.229.32.101)At: 23 Sep 2005, 08:22File version: 1.4b6
Finally, this one plays at the correct fps :-)
Sound seems okay afaict, and unlike the 68k and WOS versions it doesn't use 100%
CPU.
The links I tried worked well with openurl and IBrowse.

It be good if Stop could stop the inner loops as well...
 
 
Comment by: abalaban (81.255.229.37)At: 16 Sep 2005, 12:08File version: 1.4b5
Anyway, in fact I've solved the problem (at least in 68k, 060 and 0S4 versions)
but I'm now faced to the fact that sound system is worst than I expected
especially with "streaming mp3" (here this just means there is a
constant mp3 stream throw multiple animation frames, nothing to do with network
mp3 streaming...).
So I'm puzzled should I upload the 1.4b6 as it is or try to correct the problem
before ???
 
 
Comment by: abalaban (81.255.229.37)At: 14 Sep 2005, 07:14File version: 1.4b5
Yes, in fact as 'anonymous' stated there is a problem in the playback rate. I've
found the problem that is due to a last-minute modification, but I don't
understand why it's happening I've found a workaround but it's not very elegant.
Anyway I'll try to do an update for at worst the next week.
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (80.202.207.10)At: 14 Sep 2005, 01:48File version: 1.4b5
works great here, the speed is quite fast if not too fast =)

anyway i only have like 3 swf videos :-(
 
 
Comment by: abalaban (82.233.50.59)At: 13 Sep 2005, 19:12File version: 1.4b5
Could you please explain what you mean ?
 
 
Comment by: anonymous (62.87.191.135)At: 13 Sep 2005, 18:30File version: 1.4b5
On my G3 swfplayer work to fast!
 
 
Comment by: abalaban (81.255.229.37)At: 13 Sep 2005, 16:31File version: 1.4b5
Yes, but as stated in the readme (and also on my site) it's *only* a public
beta. Just to fill the gap. It may not function properly (but
it should mostly do) especially the sound part which is still a bit unfinished
and unpolished... But I have ideas to clean it up and make it function better...
It's just I miss spare time ;-)
 
 
Comment by: Raziel (84.145.31.228)At: 13 Sep 2005, 15:46File version: 1.4b5
YEEEHAAAA!
Thanks Alexandre,
i will try asap...
 
 

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