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Old February 4th, 2007, 07:27 PM   #1
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New DV Media Player software

I've just completed the first version of a program called "DVMP" (DV Media Player) which runs on MS Windows.

It plays DV AVI files and displays the corresponding DV metadata. The metadata is timecode, date and time of recording, shutter speed, aperture and white balance settings.

Metadata is stored in the DV format for each frame. You can view the changing data as the AVI file plays, or pause and frame step in either direction and examine the values for each frame.

You can also jump forward or backward to the next/previous scene (where a "scene" is defined as a discontinuity in recording time).

Please note that this is for DV, not HD which has a completely different file format.

DVMP is free for personal use. For more information and to download the program, please see:

http://www.dvmp.co.uk/dv-media-player.htm

I've also added a couple of pages to the site, one on digital video and another on security & encryption.

I'd be interested in any feedback. Thanks.
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Old February 4th, 2007, 07:57 PM   #2
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What is it based on? Media Player Classic? It looks similar...

Or is it totally original?
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Old February 5th, 2007, 07:07 AM   #3
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Media Player Classic was designed to look like Microsoft's own version 6 media player, before a lot of the eye-candy was added to it.

I wanted DVMP to look like Microsoft's Media Player 6 too.

DVMP isn't based on Media Player Classic. It is written completely from scratch.
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Old February 12th, 2007, 01:57 PM   #4
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DVMP question...

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Media Player Classic was designed to look like Microsoft's own version 6 media player, before a lot of the eye-candy was added to it.

I wanted DVMP to look like Microsoft's Media Player 6 too.

DVMP isn't based on Media Player Classic. It is written completely from scratch.
Hi Colin,

Your e-mail from your web site is bouncing, can you e-mail me @
karl AT blomquist DOT ca

I have a question or two re these tools that you're developing.

Thanks, Karl
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Old February 13th, 2007, 04:33 AM   #5
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Hi Karl. I've just sent myself several emails using the email hyperlinks on the web pages and they have all come through OK. I haven't received any emails from you however.

Anyway, I'll email you direct as you requested.
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