VeejingSX 0.9b

VeejingSX 0.9b

by RobertVroemisse on 30-12-2011, 09:54
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MSX user aorante has released a new version of his Veejing program that allows you to create your own 8-bit flavored VeeJay sets on MSX. With this tool you can set a variety of animated background layers and, with just a simple push of a button, add animated sprite layers and additional ainimations over it. Especially for the not-so-creative-people who would like to use the program as well, aorante has made some nice presets with visual effects to use. VeejingSX is available as a 32 Kb ROM, 2DD Disk image and even as a WAV or MP3 to load it through your cassete port.

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Comments (5)

By LeandroCorreia

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30-12-2011, 14:16

Nice FX. I wonder how cool a rhythm game for MSX would be with such kind of videoFX. Smile
 

By poke-1,170

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31-12-2011, 16:25

very nice ! it would however benefit (without even having tested this) by using your own content. Since it's all pre coded I suppose you're limited to what the program has to offer, preset wise. Maybe having a little drawing program to design your pictures and a sprite editor to substitute the existing sprites could be an idea. That way you can make your own content.
Nevertheless, great seeing a vj tool for the msx. Makes you wonder what could be developed on an msx2 ... I'm all for help Wink

 

By poke-1,170

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31-12-2011, 16:21

oh come to think of it, I used an 8280 a couple of times over the years in vj sets, so you could use the video input and mess up the screen in various ways.

By Kanarie

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04-01-2012, 22:18

Nice indeed!
It would be even nicer if you could edit the texts easily (without PEEKing / POKEingSmile

By aorante

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11-01-2012, 12:15

I uploaded the source.

In future versions I would add a content editor.
Now, I'm getting better the effect of pseudo-glitch and I have changed the way of generating random values ​​for the background noise.
Greetings!

http://code.google.com/p/veejingsx/

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