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Here's an idea: Apparently Cineroma is getting close to being done, but the author is prioritising paying work (rather understandably). How about ROL pay for the right to exclusively distribute Cineroma, so the author gets money for his work and can complete it. This also gives us RISC OS users a media player, and also gives ROL a siginificant feature to put in the next release of Select and therefore start earning their subscription money.

Everyone is a winner except Iyonix owners, but I'm sure ROL could sell Cineroma as an add-on to RO5, giving them at least *some* access to that part of the market.

 is a RISC OS Userthegman on 21/5/06 5:08PM
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