Windows Tuna Player 11

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  1. Apache Thunder
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    Apache Thunder I have cameras in your head!

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    Windows Tuna Player 11 v1.0 by: Apache Thunder

    For: tuna-viDS v1.1 by Chrism

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    This is probably the first skin ever made for this particular app.

    It replicates the appearance of Windows Media Player 11.

    Just download archive and replace the tuna-vids.nds file with the new one. I have included the modified portion of the source code to comply with GNU.

    Unlike moonshell and most other apps, the skin on this one can only be changed via recompiling the source code. This is why I included the portion of the source code that I changed. Its merely the modified bmp file that the source code uses.

    The entire thing was done using MS-Paint and devkitarm to compile the changed source code.

    Download

    Enjoy!
     
  2. alex

    alex GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Wow, neat skin! Never heard of Tuna before...
    There's a WMP 11 already?
     
  3. Apache Thunder
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    Apache Thunder I have cameras in your head!

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    lol yes Windows Media Player 11 has been around since the dawn of Windows Vista!

    Tuna-viDS is a app that can play AVI files using the XVID codec. Once the develper works out some things (like making it play at a higher FPS then 12 and perhaps a better interface) this could become the replacement oover DPG. But we'll have to see how far Chrism can take this first!
     
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    alex GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Oh, okay! I had WMP 10 since then, I never knew, I use VLC instead anyways.
     
  5. CPhantom

    CPhantom The Noob :(

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    wow, this actually sounds promising :] I really hope this gets perfected with higher FPS than I'd be very happy.