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Title: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: jace_stknights on December 01, 2011
Hi all,

some of you spoke about it, I'm using it at the moment. What? CODEF! It is a HTML5/ Canvas Oldskool Demo Effects Framework!

Here are some examples : http://www.wab.com (http://www.wab.com)

I have made a try with the A-Team intro, and preparing some of my remakes with it.

For futher informations, please go to:

http://codef.santo.fr/ (http://codef.santo.fr/)
http://code.google.com/p/codef/ (http://code.google.com/p/codef/)

What is the project? Mixing this lib with TinyC5 :D Yep, lot of Atari ST intro include "rasters effects" like plasmas...

Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: benny! on December 01, 2011
Hey Jace,

first, cool remake you did with the A-Team Intro. Well done.

The CODEF library is just great. I love it. Plus the YM-synth is also very very cool.

Guess the are various ways how to mix TinyC5 with CODEF. If I find some spare time I will experiment with it.

Definately a good idea.

Best,
benny!
Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: jace_stknights on December 01, 2011
yep  :cheers:

Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: Peace on December 11, 2011
Great idea and well supported sound-formats  (YM, MOD & FC)

I became aware of your project through this website with excellent intros: We Are Back (http://www.wab.com/)

Peace
Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: Shockwave on December 11, 2011
Yep :) CODEF is a great library, I'm hoping to experiment with it myself in the future.

Btw, welcome to DBF :) It's cool to have the creator of ODSM here.
Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: jace_stknights on December 11, 2011
As soon as my TinyC5 challenge entry will be produce, I will remake a good old demo with the two libs.

But as Antoine Santo will include also a pixel adressing like the TinyC5, I think mixing the two will be obsolete...
Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: benny! on December 12, 2011
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But as Antoine Santo will include also a pixel adressing like the TinyC5, I think mixing the two will be obsolete...

That's cool news. If it helps he can include my lib in his project for pixel addressing. I had a look at the 3D part of the project - he uses Three.js for it.
Title: Re: CODEF & TinyC5!
Post by: jace_stknights on December 12, 2011
Yep, had a look too, these are mix of severals things  ;D

But to be honest, I prefer you code... really beautifull  :clap: