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On South East 2006 show videos:

ffmpeg has open source implementations of most popular codecs. It's unlikely to be fast enough on available RISC OS hardware though.

 is a RISC OS Usercbcbcb on 1/11/06 2:28PM
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On Acorn User rock on sale:

Anything that's 10 years out of date seems to appeal to Acorn users, so this will surely sell for a huge sum :)

 is a RISC OS Usercbcbcb on 25/7/05 1:53PM
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