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highlandcattle: How are you going to do that when most of them are closed source? (don't know if the ones used for this are, but most seem to be these days). The other question is wondering how well any current RISC OS hardware can handle the number-crunching requirements of recent codecs, 'though that part should be OK if you're happy without full screen and high frame rates.

 is a RISC OS UserSimonC on 1/11/06 2:07PM
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