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Slideshowmaker   [2019]

Slideshowmaker Released by :

Release Date :
7 December 2019

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :

Released At :
Commodore-Treffen Graz $2F

User rating:awaiting 8 votes (5 left)   See votestatistics

Credits :
Code .... Wil of Vintage Computing Carinthia
Music .... Wil of Vintage Computing Carinthia
Graphics .... Wil of Vintage Computing Carinthia

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Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/191895/slideshowmaker64-master.zip (downloads: 179)

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User Comment
Submitted by Yogibear on 21 December 2019
Nicely done!
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Submitted by wil on 10 December 2019
awesome contribution zzarko, thanks a lot! I have added your script to the git repository and removed some code lines to reduce dependencies - it should compile well now with older versions of cc65 and it does not require colormath anymore, just Pillow).
User Comment
Submitted by zzarko on 8 December 2019
Nice tool! As i don't have windows, I have made a bash script that works on Linux, it can be taken from:


Inside the archive there is also the source of exomizer 3.0.2 in exomizer-linux directory, as it is needed for the script. It is expected that the user has cc65 2.18 and vice already installed. Also, colormath package is needed for the image converter (pip3 install colormath). Just unpack the archive into slideshowmaker64 directory and run makeslideshow.sh script.

@Wil: if you find this useful, feel free to include it in your Slideshowmaker.
User Comment
Submitted by wil on 8 December 2019
Thanks for the reduced version iAN.
User Comment
Submitted by iAN CooG on 8 December 2019
I've uploaded a reduced zip of the cloned repo at github, due to the presence of a pyton2exe of the main converter which is 50Mb (seriously?)
If you're desperate for it just get it from the github link. Whole Python3 and the needed libraries would probably weight less =)
User Comment
Submitted by wil on 8 December 2019
This project wouldn't have been possible without the existence of great tools like exomizer (credits to Zagon), Dreamland (The Dreams), VICE (VICE Team) and cc65 (von Bassewitz, Schmidt), thanks guys!
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