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This demo is made possible by loading data from file directly to VERA.  Each frame is three files: an audio file, an image data file, and a palette file.  20 frames per second is 60 files per second, so this is one heck of a lot of files, nearly 16000 for a four and a half minute video.  They only dreamed of doing this on an 8 bit computer in the 80s, but they didn't have @Frank van den Hoef or @Michael Steil

 

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This demo is made possible by loading data from file directly to VERA.  Each frame is three files: an audio file, an image data file, and a palette file.  20 frames per second is 60 files per second, so this is one heck of a lot of files, nearly 16000 for a four and a half minute video.  They only dreamed of doing this on an 8 bit computer in the 80s, but they didn't have [mention=58]Frank van den Hoef[/mention] or [mention=71]Michael Steil[/mention]

 

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This demo is made possible by loading data from file directly to VERA.  Each frame is three files: an audio file, an image data file, and a palette file.  20 frames per second is 60 files per second, so this is one heck of a lot of files, nearly 16000 for a four and a half minute video.  They only dreamed of doing this on an 8 bit computer in the 80s, but they didn't have [mention=58]Frank van den Hoef[/mention] or [mention=71]Michael Steil[/mention]

now design an expansion card thatll do the work on the fly while receiving the video on a variety of formats including dvd. teehee

 

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On 3/17/2021 at 8:38 AM, Ed Minchau said:

This demo is made possible by loading data from file directly to VERA.  Each frame is three files: an audio file, an image data file, and a palette file.  20 frames per second is 60 files per second, so this is one heck of a lot of files, nearly 16000 for a four and a half minute video.  They only dreamed of doing this on an 8 bit computer in the 80s, but they didn't have @Frank van den Hoef or @Michael Steil

 

videodemo.zip 40.95 MB · 7 downloads

Man man man .... this is impressive! Fantastic stuff and great idea!

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