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KryoFlux

Description: USB-based floppy controller
Download: kryoflux.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 6Mb
Version: 2.61
Date: 15 Aug 15
Author: Software Preservation Society
Submitter: uploader
Homepage: http://www.kryoflux.com/
Requirements: AmigaOS4
Category: utility/misc
Replaces: utility/misc/kryoflux.lha
License: Other
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 9442
 
Comments: 3
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KryoFlux v2.61 Amiga OS 4 release package

This is a maintenance release that improves speed and reliability of DTC.
No new features were added.


Changes from 2.20 to 2.50:


NEW:

- completely rewritten cell band detection and noise detection, filtering
  should now be spot on for SD and HD disks.

- processing pipeline rewrite and added x64 executable. DTC is now up to
  300% faster than previous version (e.g. conversion from stream to CT
  raw). 64bit version of DTC is recommended for 64bit versions of
  Windows. You will need at least Windows Vista to use the 64bit
  version.
  
  Please make sure to use correct version of capsimg.dll and place
  in correct directoy. 
  
  on 32bit systems: place 32bit dll in Windows/System32
  
  on 64bit systems: place 64bit dll in Windows/System32
                    place 32bit dll in Windows/SysWOW64

- with new capsimg.dll you can now directly load CT raw (stream 
  coming soon) images in emulators, e.g. WinUAE, FS-UAE,
  Hatari, STEem, Spectaculator and many more.

- support wildcards ? and * when specifying the source image for image
  conversion or writing to disk. The file that has been selected by the
  program using the wildcards is being displayed at the beginning of the
  operation.
  
 - GUI now supports density line to be set and offers additional fields
  for image local and global parameters.
  
- one more thing: added technology preview of RepliFlux technology. With
  this feature, KryoFlux can now write back stream data without further
  analysation or conversion. As this is only a preview in this release,
  certain limitations apply (will be removed by later releases): The disk
  must be index aligned. Weak bits and no flux areas are likely to fail.
  
  To replicate a disk, create a stream dump, then write it back with
  
  DTC -fD:\dump\track -w
  (where the dump would be in "D:\dump" with the stream files being called
  "track00.0.raw", "track00.1.raw", etc.)
  
  We need your feedback here, visit our forums! Be sure to check the 
  manual addendum in the docs folder.
  
   
CHANGED:

- improved quality of CT raw image renderer

- improved quality of G64 image renderer

- improved data recovery capability for various disk formats

- improved analysis of the recorded cell bands

- unreadable CTR file generation fixed for samples that contain more than 5
  revolutions


GENERAL:

G64 writing requires G64 files with mastering information, which can be
produced by DTC with image format 22a (<-i22a>). These G64 files should
work with all emulators. This functionality will later be replaced
by IPF files with full mastering information as required. If a G64
is missing mastering information, you will receive a warning.

THIS FEATURE IS HIGHLY DEPENDANT ON THE 5.25" FLOPPY DRIVE USED. Many
"modern" 5.25" drives don't write DD data correctly. Some can be 
switched into DD mode by setting jumpers or by setting pin 2 of the
Shugart interface to the correct state. This state is controlled
by parameter dd and setting it (e.g. <-dd1> or <-dd0>) will set
the high density control line appropriately.

Both drives, your mastering drive, as well as the 1541 (or 1541II or
1571) on your C64 must be perfectly aligned. Otherwise advanced 
protections, like anything that has to do with half or fat tracks,
will not work at all.

For more information, please do read page 29ff. of the manual.


If you encounter any problems, please let us know by posting here:

http://forum.kryoflux.com


When supplying a bug report, please do include the following information:

- hardware used (type of CPU, RAM, USB connection, devices attached etc.)
- software used (operating system, service packs, additional software)
- exact step-by-step description how and when the problem occurs

Please use the forums for bug reports, do not submit tickets for this.


Thank you for your support,
The Software Preservation Society

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