Started by Spirantho, 21:15, 16 March 11
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Quote from: Spirantho on 21:15, 16 March 11Hi everybody,First post here. I thought people want to know that I've added Amstrad CPC464 support to my UberCassette program - which takes WAVs and spits out CDTs et al. I know there's several apps out there to do this already but mine works slightly differently internally (I think!), and supports C64, VIC-20, C16/+4, Acorn Electron, BBC, Sinclair Spectrum as well as the Amstrad. It also comes with full POSIX-compliant source, and contains binaries for Windows, Linux x86, AmigaOS 3, AmigaOS 4, AROS PPC, AROS x86 and MorphOS. It's just a command-line program at the moment though, because of the emphasis on portability.Could people give it a whirl? I could do with lots of feedback, I don't have much in the way of Amstrad tapes, but I've managed to convert three standard loading tapes so far.The website is at:http://www.retroreview.com/iang/UberCassette/Any feedback would be grand!Thanks!--Ian Gledhillian.email@example.com (but it's a nEt not a nIt!)
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