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"Media Sushi" sneak preview


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  1. KDBTechnology

    KDBTechnology Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hello everyone :)

    I've just posted in the "hello forum" a bit about myself and my company, whether anybody is interested or not, so I'll get down to the juicy details about our app :)

    I'd like to offer a sneak preview of our first Android widget "Media Sushi".

    "Media Sushi" is a media display/view widget for Android homescreens, which monitors all media content on the device and provides a quick, simple presentation of the most recently added or modified media items on the device. Including the latest pictures or videos you may have taken yourself.

    Media is displayed in a "Sushi Bar" layout on the screen, and navigation is performed by clicking the left and right buttons, with the bar moving with fluid animation to the next slot.

    A picture speaks a 1000 words so, here are a few....

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    You can also view/play the media in the center slot by clicking on it, be it an image, video, or sound.

    Users are able to configure which content is displayed in the bar, how many items to show, and also how often to perform a check on any changes in the file system with regard to media....

    [​IMG]

    "Media Sushi" is scheduled to be released to the Market on the 6th April.

    Im happy to answer anyone questions on "Media Sushi", about me or KDB in general.

    Dan :)
     

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  2. TheSultan

    TheSultan Well-Known Member

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    I assume it's a live "Scrolling" of items in the display bar? Can you control the speed of the scrolling? or is it a flick scroll?
     
  3. dmodert66

    dmodert66 Well-Known Member

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    Does it support any new codecs? (ie. Xvid, Divx, MKV)
     
  4. KDBTechnology

    KDBTechnology Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi,

    If by "live" scolling you mean fluid movement, then you are correct :)

    Scrolling is performed by the buttons on each side of the bar. To keep it compatible with all Android versions from 1.6, without any 3rd party Homescreens, we couldnt implements Flick scrolling. This is something we are looking at though for future releases, whether its possible is another matter :confused:

    As for codecs, again, it supports whatever codecs your device does, theres now additional processing in place so that it stays fast and backward compatible.

    Hope that answeres your questions. :)
     

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