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LAN
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#1 - Posted: 1 Jul 2007 05:17
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Hi

I'm from Brazil,and I'm newbie here.

But,I need to know about Videotracker....This a "acceptable" tool for making demos ???? And these demos are "acceptable" here ????

I planned build some little demos and I'll wish upload here....

Anybody help me with this question.

Thanks and sorry but my english is very poor...

See ya
z5_
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#2 - Posted: 1 Jul 2007 21:58
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hi LAN,

First of all, welcome! It's not often we have the opportunity to meet somebody from Brazil, interested in the amiga scene.

As for your question about videotracker, i can't answer as i don't know much about videotracker. I remember it being on a CU coverdisk at some point and vaguely remember messing with it at some point. I'm not sure if videotracker works on Amiga 500.

I don't think there is any demo here that was made with videotracker. Most are in assembler, some are in amos, blitz basic or demomaniac, i think. However, we select productions on quality, not on what package they are made of.
LAN
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#3 - Posted: 2 Jul 2007 08:09
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Hi z5

Thanks for all

But I have a version of Videotracker (1.42) for Amiga 500,it's old...course !!!

State of Art demo from Spaceballs are made with Videotracker !!! It's wonderful

This tool is simple and there are a AGA version too !!!! And a new version too !!!

In this moment, i study these tool.....and others for making demos!!!

One more time...thank you very much
z5_
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#4 - Posted: 2 Jul 2007 12:00
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I'm like 99,99% sure that State of the Art wasn't made with videotracker :o)
StingRay
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#5 - Posted: 2 Jul 2007 13:21
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I add the remaining 0,01%. :)
Toffeeman
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#6 - Posted: 2 Jul 2007 23:26
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... and I will set the overflow flag !
LAN
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#7 - Posted: 3 Jul 2007 07:03
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Okay Okay !!!!

You win the Question !!! :-)
klipper
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#8 - Posted: 11 Jul 2007 20:43 - Edited
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ha, everyone knows SoTA was made with SCALA :)
StingRay
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#9 - Posted: 11 Jul 2007 21:29
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pah, you couldn't be more wrong. it's widely known that it was made with red sector's demomaker :D
rload
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#10 - Posted: 12 Jul 2007 21:50
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I believe most of the system stuff was done in assembly, but the real speed critical work horse code was done using inline arexx.

 

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