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JohnFound



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It is some kind of experimental video clip, demonstrating the portability of assembly applications. (I will publish later the high quality video on Fresh web site). Opinions?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y8d_kteyf_8

[edit]High quality video and the source files are now accessible on
http://fresh.flatassembler.net/index.cgi?page=content/2_0_video.txt (There is no audio track)[/edit]

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Post 20 Jan 2013, 14:17
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AsmGuru62



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WOW!!
Seriously, excellent job!
I mean both video and FreshLib, of course!
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P.S. It is not easy to impress me, btw.
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Madis731



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The basic principle is just to hide everything OS-specific and only code the non-OS-specifics in assembly.

It is so nice to see Fresh doing the 'hiding' that elegantly.

Offtopic: I remembered Wine to be something you need to start, like a virtual machine. Maybe I have been wrong the whole time. It started like a native application which is itself a miracle Smile
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JohnFound



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Well, in FreshLib, the OS-specific part is also in assembly. The trick is that it is relatively small. Wine is not an emulator. The applications runs normally, but there is a big engine emulating Windows environment behind.
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Spool, I am not "Sir". Smile How quick should be the video? It is 1minute and 45seconds long.

BTW, I updated the first post of the thread with a link to the high quality version of the clip and the source file.
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JohnFound



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Spool wrote:
Say 12-24 fps.


Ah, it is because of the program I use for screen-casting. It captures small amount of frames and then makes mouse cursor smoothing by inserting more frames with interpolated smooth move. The frame rate of the video is actually 30fps, but it is based on smaller count of screenshots. I will try to fix it for the next movies.

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JohnFound



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Ah, I implemented the support for Flash animations in the main site:

http://fresh.flatassembler.net/index.cgi?page=content/2_0_video.txt

Or go to http://fresh.flatassembler.net and navigate to "Video clips" page.
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