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Archive 02/2009


28.Feb.2009
Andreas Falkenhahn (ANF)


Hollywood 4: VideoUp available
On the homepage of Airsoft Softwair you can read a official press release which announced the publishing of Hollywood 4: VideoUp. This is a major update which brings along many new features and general improvements over Hollywood 3. The biggest new feature is that Hollywood can now export AVI videos. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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27.Feb.2009
Patrick Nevian (ANF)


Music with Amiga: Blue Metal Rose - "Spreading the seed"
"Spreading the seed" which is the debut album by Blue Metal Rose was made with the help of an Amiga 4000. For the drum sequences and the manipulation of Synth-Sounds the Octamed Soundstudio was used. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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27.Feb.2009
Guido Mersmann (ANF)


Catalog compiler: SimpleCat 3.16
Guido Mersmann wrote: SimpleCat is a program for creating and managing localization files (screenshot). It is not a new program but it exists since the publishing of AmigaOS 2.1 and the Locale-System - though for 16 years.

Version 1 was still completely written in assembler while version 2 was completely new written with a lot of improvements. With version 3 the complex internal concept was lifted to a new level and has got a MUI user-interface. Since version 3 SimpleCat is also part of the developing environment CubicIDE.

SimpleCat is useful for users who want to fix bugs in the catalogs or want to make a translation as well as for developers who want to edit all catalogs of a project. Convenient import and export functions are available which can be used with the Shell (e.g. makefile) or the GUI.

By deviding the developer form the translation modus the simple translator gets those possibilities which are necessary for his work. With a search function it is possible to find certain texts.

There is a big advantage for developers. All catalog files can be managed in one file. If an entry should be deleted then the developer does not have to edit every single catalog file but can delete the corresponding text from the catalogscript-file (.cs). This applies as well for adding or changing labels. There is also the localization wizard which almost automatically locates a source code and then creates fitting localization entries.

With version 3.16 the GUI-part of SimpleCat now left the beta status because all functions were completely implemented and tested. An AmigaOS 4-version does not work and because I cannot test it I decided to leave out this version. Perhaps anybody can make available a version of OS 4 for the Pegasos2. This could be of use for the others projects. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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27.Feb.2009



AmigaOS 4: Directory Opus 4.18.22
Joachim "Zerohero" Birging has published the first version of the well-known file manager Directory Opus which supports the 64-bit-file accesses and therefore gets along with files bigger than four gigabytes. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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27.Feb.2009



Audio-Player: AmigaAMP 2.20
Thomas Wenzel has published an update of his audio player AmigaAMP. In version 2.20 the support of M3U-playlists was improved and the recognition of the used bitrate was reworked. Additionally mouse wheel Ereignisse incidents under AmigaOS 4 are now recognized and the compatibility of the Gadtools-GUI with the mentioned opearting system was improved. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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26.Feb.2009



Demo-Party: Breakpoint will take place
In January the organizers of the "Breakpoint"  - according to them the biggest only demo scene event of the world Welt - have asked for financial support: Several main sponsors had canceled its support for the party.

Already a few weeks later the organizers can be relieved: New sponsors were found and during few weeks more than 15.000 Euro bounties were donated.

The Breakpoint 2009 will take place on from 10th to 13th April in Bingen on the Rhine. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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26.Feb.2009
amigaworld.net (ANF)


AROS complete system: iMica one
Steve "Cluster UK" Jones who was the manager of several well-known former Amiga companies like Checkmate Digital (A 1500), HiQ and Siamese Systems is getting involved in Amiga again and offers a complete system for AROS in his webshop.

The computer is called "iMica one" and contains an Intel atom-based motherboard in mini-ITX-format (17x17 cm) and is delivered with the native version of the AROS-distribution VmwAROS. The system is supposed to cost 250 British Pound. For an additional charge the Amiga emulator Amiga-Forever will be delivered as well.

The features of the iMica one:
  • Black Mini-ITX case with Aluminium Parts
  • Intel® D945GCLF2 with Intel® Dual Core Atom™ 330 Processor with a 533 MHz system bus
  • Memory: One 240-pin DDR2 SDRAM Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM) sockets Support for DDR2 533/667 MHz DIMMs Support for up to 2 GB of system memory
  • Samsung 1GB (1x1GB) DDR2 800MHz
  • Chipset: Intel® 945GC Express Chipset and Intel® I/O Controller Hub 7 (ICH7)
  • Audio Realtek* ALC662 audio codec (5.1 channel HD audio) (Driver unavailable yet)
  • Video: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 & S-video output support (Runs in VESA support mode Very Good though, native drivers come later)
  • I/O Control: SMSC* LPC47M997 based Legacy I/O controller for serial, parallel, and PS/2* ports (not all supported)
  • LAN Support: 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN subsystem using the Realtek* LAN adapter device
  • Peripheral interfaces:
    • 2x Front USB 2.0 ports & Front Audio
    • 4x Rear USB 2.0 ports
    • Two Serial SATA ports (3.0 GB/s) (Must be switched to Legacy Mode)
    • One parallel ATA IDE interface with UDMA 33, ATA-66/100 support
    • One serial port
    • One parallel port
    • PS/2* keyboard and mouse ports (Must use these, especially mouse only works from PS2 port)
  • Expansion capabilities: One PCI Conventional* bus connector
  • Slim DVD-RW 160GB 7200RPM SATA II

According to Jones in a thread on amigaworld.net there is only a limited amount of computers available because some components used in the computer are only available very limited. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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26.Feb.2009
Murakami (ANF)


Print magazine: aMiGa=PoWeR, issue 43
41th issue of the French print magazine aMiGa=PoWeR offers the following topics:
  • News: MorphOS 2.2, AmigaOS 4.1 for Pegasos, WarpView 1.03, AmiCygnix 1.0, OWB...
  • Reviews: Sam440-ep, AmigaOS 4.1, NoWinED 0.77, Indivision AGA, "Out of Silence" audio CD, OS4 Software...
  • Tutorials: OS4 Multiboot, SCSI on AmigaOne, HTML programming...

Since 1998 aMiGa=PoWeR is published by AFLE and sold worldwide. (cg) (Translation: dr)

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