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TITLE
    YACDP (Yet Another CD Player)

VERSION
    1.2

AUTHOR
    Frank Wuerkner (wuerkner@informatik.tu-muenchen.de)
    
DESCRIPTION
    YACDP will allow you to play audio CD's with your SCSI-2 CDROM.
    Some features are:
    o GUI that let's you access all functions of a normal CD-Player
    o is a Commodity
    o can display songnames and CD title, of course you once have to
      enter the names (about 150 CD texts are already included)
    o doesn't wastes memory
    o SCSI errors are displayed as text (95 known)
    o realtime stereo playback of audio on your Amiga, even on 68000 (*)
      machines (achieved by highly optimised assembler routines)
    o ability to save (parts of) songs as stereo IFF (8SVX) or
      RAW (CDR)                                                      (*)
    (*) CD-ROM must be able to send audio over SCSI bus

NEW FEATURES
    o powerfull AREXX port
    o localized for 2.1 and up (currently German)
    o `via SCSI' playback is now stereo
    o saveing stereo IFF's is now also possible
    o documentation now in AmigaGuide(R)
    o better support for NEC CD-ROM's
    o when using `via SCSI' the scsi_Length was set too large fixed
      (memory was trashed with some scsi devices)
    o fixed problem with some older versions of gvpscsi.device that
      returned IOERR_BADLENGTH when using odd buffer length

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
    o OS2.0 (OS2.1 for using localization) or higher
    o reqtools.library (C) 1991-1994 by Nico Francois (thanks Nico!)
    o a SCSI bus adapter capable of sending SCSI direct commands
    o a SCSI-2 CD-ROM which can read CD-DA ("Red Book") encoded discs
      (i.e. you should see a headphone jack on the front panel)
    o optionally your CD-ROM should be capable of sending the audio as
      16-bit digital data over the SCSI bus

HOST NAME
    ftp.wustl.edu          128.252.135.4

DIRECTORY
    /pub/aminet/disk/cdrom

FILE NAMES
    YACDP1.2.lha (117246 bytes)

PRICE
    Shareware fee 20DM or US$15

DISTRIBUTABILITY
    The archive and its contents are freely distributable.   
    See documentation for details.    
  
    The package is (C) 1994 Frank Wuerkner