- Programmable MP3-player
A hardware product: this solid state audio player plays MP3 fragments
from a CompactFlash card and monitors switches and external signals,
under control of a user script. The player is programmable and it can
easily be extended with (vandal resistant) switches and indicators, such
as LEDs or an LCD.
- Plug-ins for Pro Motion
- Pro Motion is a computer drawing/painting program with an emphasis on creating animations. CompuPhase developed a few plug-ins to automate repetitive tasks.
- Animation of the sisters Fanni & Tila
- A short animation about two fantasy puppets, made with EGI and AniSprite, in combination with the "Maximum MIDI" toolkit: the sisters Fanni and Tila dance on the beat of the "Lambada".
- File conversion of Adobe "Filmstrip" to PCX
- A small utility, including source code, for converting the Adobe Filmstrip format (Premiere, After Effects) to an image in ".PCX" format. This application is a proof of concept utility that accompanies our description of the Filmstrip file format.
- Drivers for the detection of the Vertical Retrace
- A pair of drivers for Microsoft Windows to detect the precise moment of the vertical retrace of a (CRT) display. This software accompanies the article that we wrote on the subject.
Plug-ins for Pro Motion
Pro Motion is a paint application with features to ease the creation of 2D animations. For example, Pro Motion provides a "light table" for onion skinning and a key framer to generate simple animations automatically. Pro Motion is marketed by Cosmigo.
CompuPhase has built two plug-ins for Pro Motion, one to support our animation engine EGI and the other originally for internal use. Both plug-ins are gratis. You will find installation instructions in the help file or a readme file in the ZIP archives.
- The EGI export plug-in (103 KiB) allows users
of Pro Motion to directly create an extended FLIC file from within the
Note: You need the EGI compiler to use the plug-in.
- PluginMaker (170 KiB; release 1.1, June 2001) is a scriptable plug-in. It modifies the frames in Pro Motion under control of a program written in the pawn scripting language, a freely available scripting language to embed in applications. The PluginMaker archive contains the required compiler for the pawn language, but not the pawn language guide. New in this release are an extra user control, a few new "native functions" and a batch processing ability to run the script over all frames in the animation with a single click.