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Did anyone create a video player for TI-84 Plus CE?

Started by xMarminq_, October 07, 2016, 02:30:22 am

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DJ Omnimaga

Darn I forgot about the 64 KB limit. That's gonna be a lot of appvars for a 3 MB movie O.O


Well, about 48 appv for a 3Mb movie. This is a lot  :P


One wondering how the user will view it though. A central program to view all the gifs on the calc? Or maybe somehow make the gif a runnable file that executes the gif viewer, or maybe even embed the gif viewer in the gif? (As long as it isn't too big)

DJ Omnimaga


Here's how i'm doing it: :)
The user "opens' the gif with Asm(GifFile
That program has a small header which prints a small flag in free ram and then executes the gif reader.
The gif reader checks to see if the flag exists, and if it does, it uses the flag to determine the filename of the gif to open.
After the gif's header is the data, and the reader reads that.


Sounds like it would make a lot more sense to just convert the gif beforehand rather than whatever that is :p


October 07, 2016, 08:30:17 pm #21 Last Edit: October 07, 2016, 08:32:28 pm by c4ooo
and how are you going to view your converted gif?...
(The quote has nothing to do with converting gifs >_> )

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