Softwares made by the Removers
Following is some presentation of our own software that are also
available for download. You can also
consult a list of the projects that
we are still working on or that we'd like to work on some day.
New: Animator is updated!
Well, many bugs are still here but we are working hard on them.
Thanks for beta testing!
(2001-08-21) Animator is updated
(2001-08-08) Last Animator update is available
A new version of QuickTime Parser (v1.4) is ready. Available
(2001-03-21) Animator is at last released!
- Animator the son of AVI-Player. The goals of this project
are to provide better performances, better adaptation to the
hardware, more features, easyer extension system and support
more file formats. Gasp! As you can see, this is an ambitious
project! We decided to start coding it because we felt that
AVI-Player had little success whereas Aniplayer and Mplayer were
becoming real stars in matters of video replay, though our
player was one of the very first to be released in April 1996
and already had intresting features and very good performances
since summer 1998. Anyway, the developpement of Avi-Player came
to a dead end as we were facing problems due to its design. We
had to start a new player from scratch. So, we did it! Well, in
fact we started doing it :) since... summer 1998,
precisely! The huge new features of Animator are the following:
- It works as well on Falcon as on TT with a 15 or 16 bits
- It partially supports QuickTime files (MOV files)
- It is based on official file formats documentations
- It offers a very effective synchronisation system and a
smart memory management system; fewer memory is required and
a new level of performances is reached
- It dynamically adapts the screen resolution to the
requirements of the movie to get the better video aoutput
available; it can even use a virtual sceen so that you can
scroll the screen with your mouse
- The command line syntax is far better and very powerful
- It handles dynamic modules to support audio and video
compression schemes. Anybody may code its own module to have
Animator support an new scheme.
Animator has been developped for years and is now released!
The current version is the 20th beta version and is freely
available. If you have any comment, please let us know and
drop us a mail.
Here are quickly the main changes of Animator since version
- New video hardware detection system
- LED-Panel support
- Support for Cinapaks with 256 colors
- Added a debugging level for logs
- Diverse improvements and bug fixes...
Animator is freeware.
- QuickTime Parser
QuickTime Parser is a tool that lists the content of QuickTime movies headers.
It is released under the terms of the
Aviplayer is our old Movie player. Aviplayer is freeware.
- Assemble Saturn
Assemble Saturn is an assembly compiler for Saturn
processors. This software may help people that have an Hewlett
Packard calculator and want to code some assembly on
it. Instead of writing directly the binary code which is very
painfull, you just have to write mnemonics (with comments)
using human readable ascii mnemonics. Then you compile with
Assemble Saturn on your Atari, download the result on your
calculator (using Kermit for example) and test it. The
compiler is very effective because exclusively written with
68000 Assembly. It wasn't so easy to design, so
Assemble Saturn is shareware.
Mathematic function plotter. Mathari is freeware.
- Falcon Tools
Very nice config tool. Exclusive Nemesis frequency switching support.
Falcon Tools is freeware.
Allows you to bind many applications to a given file
extension. When double-clicking on the files, you chose the
launched application with dead keys (shift, alt, control, etc).
Executor is freeware.
- STFA (Sound Treiber Für Atari)
(Sound driver for Atari)
Very effective sound driver for all Atari machines. STFA
brings an Xbios API emulation on nearly all atari platforms
that can play sounds. It Supports many many different sound
hardware, so it's usefull even on Falcon to easily use those
hardware as if you had a Falcon. To use the dozens of replay
frequencies STFA brings you, you'll just have to access its
fully documented public variables.
STFA is freeware.
You can consult the english documentation here.
Supports many audio devices (Yamaha, MV16, STReplay, Rafale,
P-Sound, and others);
Supports many machines (STf, STe, TT, Falcon, Hades, etc);
Maximum Xbios emulation: For instance, Aniplayer
is compatible without having been modified at all!
Only STFA brings you
this: the emulation of the end of sound
Very easy to use, very easy to code with.
- Pacifist ST Disk Rebuilder
Makes disks out of *.ST files.
Pacifist ST Disk Rebuilder is freeware.
- Cook it!
Cook It boosts your Cookie Jar.
Cook It is freeware.
- Vfill Patch
A small patch to fix the
V_fill() VDI routine of
original TOS 4.0x in 16 bits video modes.
Vfill Patch is freeware.
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