Re: Re[2]: OGFile

computer.city.paul.khoury@juno.com
Wed, 19 Feb 1997 19:23:12 EST

On Wed, 19 Feb 1997 18:25:09 +0000 Mike_Lambert@gbccmail.lehman.com (Mike
Lambert) writes:
> We want real time video ! We want MOV files , We want AVI files -
>the
> lot !
>
> C'mon Nathan you can do it !
>
> Hopefully
>
> Mike Lambert
>
Good luck on getting FLASH or SRAM cards large enough to hold the Indeo
or Quicktime movies.

Paul Khoury
computer.city.paul.khoury@juno.com
paulkhoury@aol.com

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>Subject: Re: OGFile
>Author: Nfiedler@aol.com at Internet
>Date: 19/02/97 10:38
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>In a message dated 97-02-19 00:29:28 EST, iceman-anarchy@geocities.com
>(Scott
>Coull) writes:
>> I was messing around with OGFile and seeing what was in my OGO. I
>came
>> upon a directory called system and I went into it and to my suprise
>> there were many littler directories one of which was video. The
>video
>> directory had two video drivers in it. I was wondering why they
>have
>> these in there if they weren't planning to put some type of video
>on the
>> OGO. has anyone else seen this?? Any ideas why this is???
>
>Umm, I thought the OmniGo did have "video". That's what the screen is
>all
>about. Maybe I just misunderstand..
>
>The first driver is the "vidmem" driver which manages the use of video
>
>memory. The second driver is responsible for managing any drawing to
>the
>screen and keeping the refresh going. Other than that I can't imagine
>what
>more you'd want.
>
>Nathan
>
>