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[News] LAME v3.63beta now availableANN.lu
Posted on 22-Feb-2000 08:20 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Sigbjørn Skjæret writes: LAME v3.63 is now available at The Amiga Alternative Audio Page. Since the previous version, many speedups (esp. on 68k) and bugfixes have been applied. Also new is the inclusion of a 020 binary. (Note: All LAME binaries need FPU)
[News] Warp3D V3 is outANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 12:50 GMT by Christian Kemp6 comments
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Ben Yoris writes: Warp 3D V3 is out thanks to Thomas Frieden and others from Hyperion Software. The changes are mostly internal, new functions in the API, and support for a new feature of the Permedia 2 (Chroma keying). For the user, the archive offers the possibility to use MiniGL compiled programs, like the upcoming GLQuake. There's also a small MiniGL-compiled demo in the archive, to give you an idea of what's to come. This can be found on ftp.haage-partner.com/3DWorld/Warp3D.
[News] AmChat for freeANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 12:46 GMT by Christian Kemp1 comments
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l'Ours noticed that Jerome Fisher's .plan at Vapor has changed. Well, it's been a while. For quite some time I ceased working on AmChat out of sheer disgust for the people who pirated it before it had even been officially released. Now I'm on my way back to Australia, and things are going to change. I'll have a lot of spare time to finish off the next AmChat release once I get back, so you can expect it to be out next month.

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[News] 3D competition reminderANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 12:38 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Robert Simmonds writes: Just a quick note to let amiga 3D renderers everywhere know, that the #Ami3D long term rendering competition is still on! Entries are starting to come in now, so if you want to join in, make sure you send us your submission on or before the 1st March 2000. Send your submissions to Steve Thornber, and you stand a chance of winning our grand prize! All pictures will be voted for online. Visit Amiga Showcase for more details.
[News] Analogic aquires SquirrelsANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 12:34 GMT by Christian Kemp5 comments
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Ziggy forwarded a message from Stephen Marriott: We are pleased to announce that the rights to manufacture and sell the Surf Squirrel, Classic Squirrel and Whippet products have been sold to Analogic Computers. This means that all marketing, sales and support is now handled by Analogic. Squirrel files will still be available from the HiSOFT ftp server - - but without any support from HiSOFT.

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[News] StrICQ released under GPLANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 09:35 GMT by Christian Kemp4 comments
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Phil Ellis writes: The current source code to StrICQ is released under the GNU Public License
[News] New US-based Amiga magazineANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 09:08 GMT by Christian Kemp2 comments
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Vance Lee Schowalter writes: After the demise of Amazing, Bill Griffin of G&G Enterprises, took on the challenge of creating a new Amiga magazine to fill the void left by Amazing. Read this article for subscription information.
[Web] Amiga QuizANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 08:48 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Paul Laycock writes: Test your knowledge if the Amiga computer with this online quiz.

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[News] Visual Engineering - Visual AlphaANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 08:33 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Marko Seppänen writes: Again already registered users of plugins for Image Engineer benefit from free updates. This time there's new effects in Visual Alpha. Think about it. You can jump on board anytime you want to, but probably timing matters. Special offer days once in a month are good days for registering. Shortly, register once and get free updates for lifetime. Read more from here
[Web] Reprints of published articlesANN.lu
Posted on 18-Feb-2000 08:25 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Dhomas Trenn writes: Over the past years dhomas trenn has been writing for various magazines including: NewTekniques, CU Amiga, and Amiga Informer. Many of his articles are online in the 'who nose?: reference' section of the young monkey studios website.

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