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Old 05-02-2005, 05:13 AM   #1
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TCPMP 0.65b multimedia player for PalmOS released

Shaun of PDA247 writes that TCPMP 0.65b for Palm OS is now available. TCPMP, or The Core Pocket Media Player is written by Gábor Kovács, the same guy who is behind the BetaPlayer project for Pocket PC. Changes in 0.65b include:
  • +Treo650 keyboard backlight turn off in fullscreen
  • +plugin architecture (modified gcc used for compiling)
  • +ac3 plugin for palmos
  • +musepack (mpc) plugin for palmos
  • -changing to 'Unfiled' launcher catalog
  • -mp4 reader bugfix
  • -screen turn off bugfix
  • -save last position fix with a/v offset
  • -many minor bugfixes
  • -fix d-pad direction following video
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