Juan Carlos 'Templario' Herran Martin has released a new version of VAMP, an alternative media player programmed with the latest version of the Hollywood programming language. It requires Hollywood plugins to read many formats and is available on AmigaOS3.x, MorphOS, AmigaOS4.x, AROS and Windows.
News in this version:
- Compiled with the lastest Hollywood 8.0.
- Relocated the buttons player.
Go to the dedicated page on MorphOS-Storage.
Visit the Templario website.
Sasha Pont has just released a new version of MyCatalog, his software allowing to manage your database (Musics, Videos, Software, Books, Links and Phone numbers).
It's shareware, if you want register you, you must contact Sasha to this mail: sasha3 at bk.ru.
The normal price is 4.99$ for each platform. The golden price is 9.99$. Tous les utilisateurs golden seront mentionnés dans la fenêtre "A propos" du logiciel.
Visit Sasha website.
Thomas Igracki has just released a new version of yWeather, a screenbar module allowing to show current weather informations for a selected location.
Visit Thomas Igracki website.
Ulrich Beckers has released a new version of Exutil. This is a tool compiled with last version of programming language Hollywood and allows you to rename images by date based on Exif information or by file date. You can rename images with a common part (by default, Pic_), followed by the date. In addition, the Exif date and time can be written to the comment of each file in case an Exif data structure is found.
Because Exutil retains the file name extension for renaming, you can also use it to rename a batch of files other than images. If the files are images, the program will display the thumbnails of these images.
Visit Ulrich Beckers website.
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Bruno 'BeWorld' Peloille has just released the port of the last version of dcraw writted by Dave Coffin, a tool allowing to decode raw photos from digital cameras, display metadata and extract thumbnails.
See all BeWorld ports.
Visit dcraw official website.