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Issue status: Sold out! Download issue 19 in PDF format (2424K).
Also available on Total Amiga Archive CD 1.

Release Date: 3rd December 2004

Issue Status: Complete.

Non-advertising Pages: 46.5 (52 pages in total)


  • News
    • Editorial
    • News Items
  • Features
    • AmiWest show reports.
    • Mick Sutton's Tale of Woe.
    • Interview with Kermit Woodall of Nova Design.
    • Interview with Bill Panagouleas of DiscreetFX.
    • Open Video Toaster.
    • AmigaOS 4 Update and roundup of applications in development.
    • AmigaOS 4 on Classics - preview of the new OS running on an A1200 with BlizzardPPC.
  • Reviews
    • Canon i560 inkjet printer - plus mini tutorial on borderless printing.
    • Canon A80 digital camera.
    • AmigaForever 6 CD Edition.
    • Philips EXP431 mini CD MP3 player.
    • ShowGirls - powerful picture viewer for MorphOS.
    • EasyDisk USB flash drive.
  • Support
    • Audio compression feature with MP3 encoding tutorial.
    • Sharing files and printers between Amigas using Envoy tutorial.
    • C programming on the Amiga tutorial part 4.

Availability: Sold out, PDF available.


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Support Files
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Some useful resources for the features in this issue:
Canon A80 Tutorial. Canon A80 Sample Photos - Here are some untouched sample photos direct from the Canon A80 digital camera reviewed in this issue.
LAME for OS 4 - An OS 4 PPC native version of the LAME MP3 encoder mentioned in our audio compression tutorial can be found on OS 4 Depot. Thanks to Thorsten Schölzel for the link.
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