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27.Aug.2001
Amiga Future


MPEG: AMP V2.03
Version 2.03 of 'AMP', an MPEG-Video-Player, was released on the 26. August. Changes in the new version:
  • Added 24bit BGR/GRAY renderer, it's 27% faster than 32bit ARGB with the same quality!
  • Added new CSS-key extraction code, made all DVDs I have work.
  • Rewrote the motion compensation routines, made the MPEGV decoder 14% faster.
  • Rewritten the audio.device routines, these are completely free from any context switches what so ever.
  • Wrote generic requester routines, just as ugly as the DVD ones, but now also used for VCD and CD-i playback.
  • Added OS9 (CD-i) and ISO9660 (VCD) filesystem parsers.
  • Using the 56KHZAUDIO CGFX env-variable, one can now get 44100Hz playback through audio.device.
  • Changed VCDDEVICE, VCDUNIT to DEVICE, UNIT. Removed VCDTRACK.
  • Added pause (SPACE, ENTER to continue) and windowscreen switch (L-/RAmiga + ENTER).
  • The window title now contain filename and video size.
  • GUI: Updated to work with the new AMP executable.


AMP currently supports the following multimedia types: MPEG1/2 video with sound (optional) and automatic frameskip. MP2/MP3 audio streams. AC3 streams, both standalone and embedded in MPEG2 streams. (S)VCD, CD-i and DVD.

The features include:
Fast AGA support with 8 HAM modes and optional triple buffering,
CGFX support with optional triple buffering,
fast audio playback using audio.device or AHI,
CLI interface using ReadArgs or MUI GUI,
window support on any depth CGFX and AGA screens,
overlay support using cgxvideo.library.

Download: AMP203.lha (sd) (Translation: sk)

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