Ocinine

Ocinine is our participation to a Channel 9 contest. Ocinine is the perfect name to understand what we want to do. Ocinine (read OC9) means 'Open channel 9'. Our goal is to make avalaible the media content of Channel 9 to any 'Host Application'. Follow us as we create the new way to see Channel 9.

2006/07/06

It's dead Jim !

Given that the original Channel 9 contest has been ended and will soon be replaced by a non coding one...


That come from the blog of Oiyaic (W3bbo and Dathat) the only other team that show developement for the contest. I think that both team deserve a compensation! Let's see... an Xbox 360 would make use happy. Or maybe, an MSDN lifetime subsription ! An Dell Intel Core Duo with tripple requirement of Windows Vista ! Or maybe the Channel 9 guy and all other Source Fource !

2006/06/22

Is it still going ?

No news from the Channel 9 forum about the competition. I'm still working part time on the project. I found that the Media Player SDK is not really friendly user. Since I don't own any MP3 player (true, and I don't own a mobile phone either and I don't what to !) or Video player, I'm using an USB key to sync medias content. Still not working for now, but let's say that I try without reading much.

code...
debug...
trash... <--- here
read...
code...
done !

2006/06/12

Line number or what ?


I've got this little anoying number that show up in the output window of Visual Studio 2005. It didn't show up on my notebook, only on my main computer. If someone as an idea on how I can remove it, please tell me how !