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VeejingSX 0.9.9.6b

by snout on 16-04-2013, 20:58
Topic: Software

Turn your MSX1 into a Veejay setup with the new release of VeejingSX, a special automated control edition for the Chiptune Stage V6 event.

VeejingSX 0.99b pre-release

by snout on 02-04-2012, 13:49
Topic: Software
Tags: VeejingSX

Another new release of VeejingSX, which allows you to convert your MSX1 (or higher) into a lean, mean VeeJay-ing machine!

VeejingSX 0.9b

by RobertVroemisse on 30-12-2011, 09:54
Topic: Software

Everyone is a dj and for those who need some visual effects to set the atmosphere there's a new version of 303bcn's Veejing SX for MSX 1.

A new adventure game for MSX1 in comic style.

VIDPRO demo

by ARTRAG on 10-06-2011, 11:27
Topic: Software

The active MSX developer [WYZ] has released a demo of the VIDPRO that has been discussed in this topic on the Karoshi forum.

ViewMSX 0.04

by Sonic_aka_T on 24-03-2006, 15:21
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

ViewMSX, an MSX picture viewer for the Win32 platform, has just recieved another update. This time, the rendering engine was rewritten, which makes larger files display a lot faster, even on slower computers. The bitbuster decompression routines were also rewritten, making viewing large G9B files much faster.

Apart from this, two new formats are now supported in ViewMSX: SGX and VID files.

ViewMSX 0.05

by wolf_ on 28-07-2007, 13:29
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

ViewMSX, the multi-format MSX graphics viewer for Windows was just updated to version 0.05. New in this version is the support for 16-color SymbOS Graphics Files and 16-color SymbOS Video Files.

ViewMSX 0.06b

by [D-Tail] on 21-07-2008, 16:54
Topic: Software
Tags: Utilities

A few days ago we received from MRC user and fellow admin Tobias Keizer (Sonic_aka_T) a new version of ViewMSX. ViewMSX is a tool designed for Windows PCs that allows the user to view a wide range of supported MSX image/video formats.

Vila Caldan Demo

by jlemos on 02-05-2004, 21:24
Topic: Software

Julio Lemos and 2 of his friends, Sandro and Leandro, created the Vola Caldam demo in 1993. Their intention was to create a platform game afterwards, however after creating this demo and a few tests for the platform game, they stopped developing software for MSX. All sources of the demo and a test for the platform game engine are still available though.

Metalion just released VRAM depacker routines for BitBuster v1.2 and Pletter v0.5b, which work on all MSX models. These direct VRAM depacker routines are a first release, as they work only on VRAM addresses up to $3FFF. New releases working on all the VRAM space are planned to be released in the next few weeks.

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