Tag Archives: MSX

Latest DC2N4-LC GUI clients tested successfully

After having worked out a simple way to expose additional dumping modes in DC2N4-LC GUI clients, as it was already occurring in CLI clients, I implemented the relevant changes. Over the weekend I finally managed to run a few tests. I am … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC both GUI clients updated

I had a few minutes today after work to also update the GTK+ version of my DC2N4-LC GUI client. The update was actually quite quick. Here’s how the sampling options dialog looks like: Again, this version exposes all dumping modes, … Continue reading

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DC2N4-LC native Windows client updated for smooth support of Spectravideo and MSX inverted signals

I had some time to expose all DC2N4-LC dumping modes in the native Windows client and I decided to do so in a similar way as I do in the commandline client. For C64 and VIC 20, it all stays pretty … Continue reading

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Spectravideo and MSX tapes – straight and inverted signals

A quick reference for dumping Spectravideo and MSX tapes. In the first image we see the signal coming from a Spectravideo tape side dumped with default settings in DC2N4-LC (i.e. without the “Use halfwaves” option active): this tape side can … Continue reading

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TAPClean 0.32 released

After having accidentally released 0.32-pre10 a couple of days ago, I’ve released TAPClean 0.32 again today, which is essentially 0.32-pre11 promoted to a release. The release process occurred because I am now adding support for MSX tapes 🙂 So far … Continue reading

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Initial implementation of the MSX Tape scanner in TAPClean

Tonight I managed to start the implementation of the MSX tape scanner in TAPClean in order to validate files and extract data from them. For the time being I added support for Header files with extraction of the filename. I plan to … Continue reading

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