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Software News   Slarti - The Subtitle Editor
  Software News posted by Lazi on 22-Jan-2017 11:12:20 (125 reads)
Slarti - The Subtitle Editor

This program was created to help making or modifying video subtitles. A subtitle file is contains the timing information of each text line which the video player can display while plays the movie. While the subtitle file is a simple text file, editing it manually can be very complicated.
This is where Slarti comes and help you.



Slarti has the following features:
- Embedded video player
- Real time linked subtitle and video
- Rich editing modes
- Save and load workspace
- Create .srt format subtitle file
- Transcription import
- Adjust whole subtitle file to the video
- Friendly user interface with keyboard shortcuts

The program is or will be freely downloadable as the various platform releases are unlocked. Even the source code could be released along my plan.

See the product page to learn how!
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News   Warp Amiga calendar
  News posted by VooDoo on 22-Jan-2017 9:04:11 (40 reads)
On Amiga Warp organizations you can download Warp calendar for 2017 year. This time, there is the English version of the calendar and of course Croatian.

Calendar is made on the Amiga 1200 in the Final Writer under AmigaOS 4.1 Update 1 FE with the help ArtEffect and ImageFX graphical tools.

WARP_CALENDAR_2017.pdf

WARP_CALENDAR_2017_ENG.pdf
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Amigaworld.net News   Ultima-inspired RPG for the C64 in the works, Amiga-version considered!
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Petah on 16-Jan-2017 20:32:05 (63 reads)
Closing early this coming Wednesday morning (January 19th), the ongoing Kickstarter campaign aiming to create a brand new roleplaying game for the Commodore 64 (with PC and Macintosh versions to follow) in vein of the beloved Ultima-series, Unknown Realm: The Siege Perilous has been an astounding success so far, breaking it's set goal of $65 536 by well over 150%! The two man-and-woman team behind the game - Stirring Dragon Games - are personal friends of non other than AmigaOS developer Robert J. "RJ" Mical and, to no one's surprise, big fans of the Amiga platform. In case the Commodore 64 and PC/Mac versions turns out to be as popular as the Kickstarter sugggests, an Amiga version may be in the works! In order to get there, though, the fundraiser needs your support - so consider stepping by its Kickstarter and pledge to get the game in either format. Digital download reward pledges begin at $19 USD, and physical reward pledges at $49 USD (however, the edition you really want to get is the Collector's Edition - the number of copies are limited, so they are expected to be much sought after items!).


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Users shooting for the higher tier pledges will be rewarded with physical copy of the game stored on a custom made cartridge, packed in a physical box with a manual, a cloth map, quest cards and several other "feelies". Stretch goals not currently reached include music by respected chiptune compositor Chris Hülsbeck, whose discography includes the Amiga scores from the Amiga versions of R-Type and the Turrican triology! Anyone interested will find a game trailer on Youtube.

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News   Next FCUG meeting - Sunday, January 21
  News posted by RobertB on 14-Jan-2017 20:25:58 (74 reads)
Happy New Year, C= and Ami aficionados!

The Fresno Commodore User Group has its next meeting from 11 a.m. to 2+ p.m., Sunday, Dec. 18 at --

Bobby Salazar's Mexican Restaurant
2839 North Blackstone Ave. (corner of Blackstone and Michigan)
Fresno, California
(559) 227-1686

For discussion, we'll talk about June Pacific Commodore Expo NW and the July Commodore Vegas Expo. Also we will peek at the .PDF of "Commodore: the Amiga Years" which is the follow-up to the book, "Commodore: a Company on the Edge". This .PDF not only talks about Amiga but also the fabled Commodore 65, the Commodore 900, and the Commodore LCD.

It seems that a couple of C=/Ami movies are being released at the moment. For your viewing enjoyment, we look at part one of "Viva Amiga: The Story of a Beautiful Machine".

We aren't forgetting hardware; in addition to the usual club C128 set-up, the VIC-20 returns with more games as does the AmigaOne XE G4. Also for club member Louis, we'll try out an Amiga 2000 with OS 3.1, 2 gig SCSI hard drive, and 4 megs of Fast RAM.

Writing from Nassau, the Bahamas,
Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
http://www.dickestel.com/fcug.htm
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Amigaworld.net News   Update of the Amiga Games List
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Daff on 16-Jan-2017 6:14:19 (33 reads)
The "Amiga Games List", document created and maintained by David Brunet since 1991, was updated the 16th january 2017. The Amiga Games List is the most extensive collection of its kind on Internet. Beside other news and corrections, the games created in 2016 was added. The total reaches now 12 623 games, level editors, data disks, extensions and interpreters subdivided into the categories as follows:

12 076 games
320 extensions and data disks
143 game and level editors
84 interpreters

Link : http://obligement.free.fr/articles/listejeuxamiga.php
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Amigaworld.net News   REVn'GE! #70
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Seiya on 15-Jan-2017 19:04:24 (38 reads)
REV'n'GE! is a fanzine that review games on vintage platform
This issue is the first issue of Volume 3 and from this one, the others issues will be released one for month, so the next will be
at 15 February.
Among the various reviews in this issue you can focus on:

Saint Seiya for NES
Salamnder X in SCC version for MSX2

See you in the next month

Source:
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software MorphOS   A big bounty to boost development on MorphOS
  software MorphOS posted by Papiosaur on 15-Jan-2017 12:48:35 (107 reads)
The WArMUp Association launches a big bounty to boost development on MorphOS (ports or native development).

The developers can propose project(s) would like to realize or port.

MorphOS users can realize a donation using the "Donate" button placed in the Bounty box of WArMUp site or "send money to a friend" to warmup.asso@gmail.com to limit paypal taxes mentioning the name or type of project they would like to see happen on MorphOS.

The list of projects already available and amounts are available on www.warmup-asso.org.

The donor can at any time move the amount he has given to another project if the one he has chosen is not realisable or he no longer likes it by writing to the address papiosaur2 at hotmail.fr.

If a developer don't have hardware to realize a project, the association can provide him with one (shipping costs to him).

It's up to you to boost development on MorphOS.

Papiosaur
http://www.warmup-asso.org
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News   Next SCCAN meeting - Saturday, January 28
  News posted by RobertB on 21-Jan-2017 10:17:34 (58 reads)
Happy New Year, C= and Ami comrades!

The next meeting of the Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network is Saturday, January 28, from 2 to 4+ p.m. at

Panera Bread Restaurant
19662 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, California
(818) 407-9400

Richard will be bringing his Amiga 600 with Vampire 2 accelerator. I'll be bringing in the new Ray Carlsen power supply for the VIC-20 (early model) and the new C128 Video DAC from Pyrofer of England. Bogdan will bring in a couple of Commodore calculators and a Commodore book on calculators. The AmigaOne XE G4, VIC-20, Plus/4, and SX-64 will be available for the members' use.

Discussion will revolve around the Viva Amiga film that was just released; the film, From Bedrooms to Billions: the Amiga Years; the .PDF release of the early chapters of the book, Commodore: the Amiga Years; the Ultra Reset for the SX-64, the Pacific Commodore Expo NW, and the Commodore Vegas Expo.

Bring anything else you wish to share!

Back from the Caribbean,
Robert Bernardo
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network
http://www.portcommodore.com/sccan
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Amigaworld.net News   Cow3D V6 for Warp3D Nova
  Amigaworld.net News posted by amigakit on 14-Jan-2017 13:42:32 (4711 reads)
Alain Thellier has released a new version of Cow3D which now has support for Warp3D Nova.

The latest version 6 is available to download on Aminet.

Cow3D is a benchmarking and testing tool for 3D on the Amiga. It also supports the older Warp3D and Warz3D software renderer.

Alain has included the Shader source code in the package for Warp3D Nova which is the first 3D software to support modern Shaders on AmigaOS. Now users have the ability to compare and contrast between old fixed pipeline 3D systems such as Warp3D and the new modern Warp3D Nova.

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Amigaworld.net News   AEROS for indieGO! is ready now
  Amigaworld.net News posted by phoenixkonsole on 14-Jan-2017 13:19:24 (270 reads)
Today at 22:00 german time you can install AEROS on the indieGO! by running the online update function of the console.
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