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Wow, looks stylish like hell ! I need a video capture please !
Second sts :)
Oh boy! If the capture is from a stock Falcon030 this is truly awesome! Hard to determine the actual frame rate on youtube but everything appeared to be running smoothly enough! Astonishing work guys! THANK YOU for all the effort you put into this and for supporting the Falcon030!
Looking forward to the release of the binary! Can't wait to watch it on the real thing!
Holy crap! Yeah judging from the capture this was truly awesome!
Thanks. It's stock Falcon in VGA.
Great work guys! Cube techno! :) Congratulations!
Me love ! At last a Falcon demo with the kind of style that I have always been waiting for ! It looks like modern demos on the wrong platforms ! :) Now I want to see this kind of demo on STe, it can be done with style too.
This is very excellent. Congrats to all involved!
I never thought I'd see an Atari demo with such style and design that is very reminiscent of DCS' Amiga demos. Thank you for this good show, and congrats <3
Anyone else gets garbled sound oh real hardware? Tried archive from pouet and demozoo, and both sounds wrong...
Swe what is your Falcon spec? Do you have clock patch installed?
Sqward its CT60 machine in 030 mode. Clock patch is installed, yes.
Sqward: found the culprit. Its DSPs separate 50MHz clock. All ok on 32, sorry for crap here. :(
Swe: ah. Cool thanks. Next iteration of the engine should have some kinks in ADPCM decoder worked out and hopefully better compatibility with non standard hardware. But that for next demo :)
Sqward: well if you will need tests, ill be glad to check :)
Impressive effects! I love the demo. :)
Very good demo boys! I think the Falcon (in VGA mode at least) is outputting a true 16:9 image, which I think is a first.
@evil: what makes you think that it is a 16:9 image?
mikro: because I have no top/low empty space in my capture equipment that I usually get with a 320x180 screen on normal Falcon VGA output . Also the h/v-frequencies are not standard Falcon VGA so something is def. different :)