And if you like it, there will be other ones!
French speech, but English subtitles are available.
I don't plan to explain branching and looping, that would be for basic and boring 68000 lessons.christos wrote:But.. I'd like to see it progress into more than just explaining branching and looping, but to how to actually create a useful program
sounds promising! now what's "cool stuff"BlankVector wrote: I don't plan to explain branching and looping, that would be for basic and boring 68000 lessons.
I don't plan to do useful stuff either, as I generally get fun from useless things.
But if you want to see cool stuff with good explanations, stay tuned
Trust me or not, that's exactly the same for memikro wrote:The funny thing is that this tutorial has shown me for the first time in my 20+ year usage of Devpac that I can run my programs without GEM via that checkbox
ThanksThorstenOtto wrote:Excellent tutorial.
I use a video editing tool for the main timeline, Steem for emulation, CamStudio for screen capture, ffmpeg for video conversion, Audacity for sound editing... Indeed, that's huge work for each video. But I'm happy to see exactly the result I want.ThorstenOtto wrote:How did you make all those pictures fade into the video? Looks like a lot of work...
ThanksEero Tamminen wrote:Very nicely & concisely done, I especially like how you show a problem (e.g. colors wrong) and fixing it.
You are right. This will be the topic of the next video. I've almost finished writing the script.Eero Tamminen wrote:Current program is missing resolution & palette saving at start and restoring them before exit.
Yes, handling multiple sources would be a good topic for another video. In each episode, I plan to aim a very simple objective, and do whatever is required to achieve it. That will be an opportunity to present new 68000 instructions, new OS calls, new hardware features, new tools, new techniques... And I will also keep each video quite short to avoid it to be boring (and too long to produce, too).Eero Tamminen wrote:As those are needed in many programs, maybe they could work as example of handling multiple source files and/or linking other objects?
There is an assembler instruction 'ST', but I don't think there is an assembler directive 'ST', at least in DevPac. In case it isn't obvious, the difference between an instruction and a directive, is:charles wrote:anyone tell me how to use assembler directive "ST" ?