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aMiPEG 1.1 is a player for MPEG video streams for the Amiga computers. It is based upon the Berkeley X-Windows player version 2.0, with major changes in speed and size.

Main advantages are much faster decoding of the streams compared with other products based on the Berkeley sources, and a real-time scaling to fit on a complete HAM screen (no thumbnail animations anymore!). If you are using CyberGraphX software from Vision Factory Development you can also play MPEG streams in resizeable, true color window on an Intuition screen. Version 1.0 adds support for system-streams and video hardware found on some gfx-boards.

The original aMiPEG has been written by Michael Rausch, but starting with version 0.5 it has been maintained by Miloslaw Smyk.

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