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Dex4u



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Does anyone know of any good asm tut for making demo like you get when playing music in XP media player or any demos with asm code that show similar pattens.
I want to add them to my cdplayer.
Thanks

PS: I am talking full screen pattens, not the graphic equalizer.


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Post 12 Apr 2006, 19:54
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vid
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last sentence looks like you was drunk.

IMO rather add some functionality instead of CPU-waster
Post 12 Apr 2006, 22:14
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Dex4u



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@vid, Maybe you should try to help and not give so much of this:
vid wrote:
MazeGen: doesn't [edi + WNDCLASSEX.style] look more descriptive and readable than [edi.style]? You always know what structure you are working with. IMHO thing worth little more typing.
vid wrote:
next time more descriptive thread name please
vid wrote:
grey beast: do you find 0x20(%eax, %eax, 4) more logical than [5*eax + 20h], in ANY mean of word "logical"?
vid wrote:
last sentence looks like you was drunk. IMO rather add some functionality instead of CPU-waster
Post 12 Apr 2006, 23:12
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hey, don't get angry, it was kind-of joke (don't know right english word)

to the quotes:
1. we were discussing coding habits, that's what it was about. I suggested mazegen to do some more typing and get better readability. In fact we finally agreed on this topic on ICQ, ask mazegen whether such discussions are helpful or not. If someone gets good code habits from here, then after returning to old-year code and understanding it would be sufficent help.

2. again, helping to improve quality of this forum. I probably couldn't help on topic, but i could help people to learn how to politely use this board. How do you like half of threads named "Help me", "problem with fasm", "New idea" and so?

3. It was thread about AT&T syntax against intel syntax. I misunderstood grey beast, thinking he is for AT&T, so i gived this example to "prove" how ATnT syntax is not logical. How can i be whatever-you-call helpful in such thread?

4. sorry but you did 3 typos and about 2 gramatical errors in one sentence. it was joke, maybe i have missed emoticon, they really do have some point.

to the second part - i expressed my opinion, that there are more important things to add than fancy grahic.

btw, if you want to code it anyway, look for videos from "zden", he was making some good 5Kb stuff back in DOS. maybe you could even contact him for sources.
Post 13 Apr 2006, 00:28
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If you mean graphics demos maybe I could help.

http://www.phatcode.net/downloads.php?id=151

If the screenshots are what you wan't I could port some of it in FASM. I just wish I could use Procs with paramenters in FASM. :*)

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can't we all just get along? Surprised

and what is wrong with coding with fasm while drunk, i have done it many times Smile

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Post 13 Apr 2006, 07:44
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Dex4u



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@relsoft thanks, I like the Smoking stars demo, but without the stars.
Like these:
http://www.soundspectrum.com/g-force/screenshots.html#
I like the smoke effect, but so you can not see the pixel blocks, a gradual fade.
@RedGhost, Yes we should all try and get along.
@vid, This is in a joking way:
vid wrote:
last sentence looks like you was drunk. Laughing
As for wasting CPU time, if your playing a CD, the CPU is not being used, so why not uses it ?.
Post 13 Apr 2006, 11:37
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Dex4u, I'm not sure if I understand correctly what you want. I fear any links I give are redundant to you (writing your own OS and all), but anyways check out the following (especially the last one):

http://ftp.lanet.lv/ftp/mirror/x2ftp/msdos/programming/demosrc/
http://ftp.lanet.lv/ftp/mirror/x2ftp/msdos/programming/iguana/00index.html
http://ftp.lanet.lv/ftp/mirror/x2ftp/msdos/programming/vla/
Post 13 Apr 2006, 12:50
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@rugxulo, Thanks for the links, I will take a look through them, it just to give me some idea of the way they get the visuals, i will then need to up the res and color etc, as most are for dos.
Thanks again.
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I may be able to make some of the demos in that site. How much is your size limit.:*)
Post 17 Apr 2006, 11:38
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There is no limit, but the smaller the better, the thing that i am trying to get, is something like damp (but for a cdplayer to start with).
Thanks.
http://www.damp-mp3.co.uk/developer/
http://www.damp-mp3.co.uk/
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