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2009-07-19 23:30

Registered: Nov 2002
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This is the Thread for everything NUFLI!

The Era of NUFLI has begun - Bye Bye Interlace!

So what do you guys think? 8)

btw. Until Bitbreaker decides the converter is fit for release, you may send me your pictures and I'll put them through it. No, I won't fix the bugs for you (been doing that for over a hundred hours in the recent months! <:-), you gotta learn your way around the editor eventually if you want that extra edge of perfection - But I will offer some advice on different approaches how to combat teh blockiness or teh color lack, i even prepared some tutorials I will post here later! ;-)

Please do keep in mind that even in NUFLI, you still only have 3 colors horizontally in every char -with one fixed for 6 chars- (5 or 6 in the FLIbug, but that's for all 3 chars!). Considering that IFLI has a maximum of 6 colors in one char, it's quite surprising the pictures in the Slideshow come over so well, but apparently most people don't use IFLIs capabilities to the full extent - and then there's the horizontal PAL colorblur, which means many different colors don't actually make so much sense after all, since you can't distinguish all the colors so well anyway!
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2010-10-21 02:36

Registered: Feb 2002
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DeeKay: agreed. Awesome gfx compo (wow, it is one of the best in the last decade for sure) - interesting statistics, IFLI-mode appears truely dead!
2010-11-05 15:08
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i want to make a little slideshow of my nuli pictures. how i make a slideshow on a c64? i must for every picture make a reset.
2010-11-05 15:57

Registered: May 2002
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Quoting wrampi
i want to make a little slideshow of my nuli pictures. how i make a slideshow on a c64? i must for every picture make a reset.

You can't.
NUFLI is so incredibly difficult, even for a C64, that you can't do two pictures without a hard reset in between.
Or... wait... Carrion's OLDSCHOOL Pixels 100%

Ah, you just have to code one!
2010-11-05 16:12
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i don´t want load 2 pictures at the same time.i want load picture for picture.
2010-11-05 17:07

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Ofcourse you can do 2 NUFLI pictures at the same time, what do you think NUIFLI is? 8)

And loading picture after picture (with double buffering) is no problem, see Crest Slide Story!...
2010-11-05 18:28
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the problem is that the picture never end after start with sys12288.
2010-11-22 18:55

Registered: Sep 2004
Posts: 18
maybe i accidentally missed it on csdb, but check this out http://www.youtube.com/user/YouRolandTube

especially chamelon and winter village videos.
2010-11-23 16:59

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2012-04-11 19:32

Registered: Sep 2006
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Does anybody know a file structure of the NUFLI?
I mean where is bitmap and sprites allocated.
2012-04-11 20:01

Registered: Oct 2002
Posts: 498
Can't tell you straight out of my head, but reading a bit through the source of mufflon (void convert_nufli(MufflonContext *m) is what you want) should reveal all details about that. There's lots of sprite chunks, 2 Bitmap blocks and some tables (color switches) and values (initial colors, sprite pointers) to be set up.
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