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Zanoryt
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New Gallery Packs & Animations

Fri Jun 16, 2006 2:54 pm

Is anyone else disappointed that there are not really any other new gallery packs or animations being released? I was hoping for some regular releases.

I've been considering releasing my own gallery packs for a small price, but I'm not sure what the demand will be like anyway.

I'd be willing to pay for other quality high resolution packs, and definitely more sanctioned apps.

Anyone else agree?

-Kevin
 
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Re: New Gallery Packs & Animations

Mon Jun 19, 2006 5:23 am

Zanoryt wrote:

Anyone else agree?

-Kevin


Yes.

But since it's apparent Roku has essentially orphaned the PhotoBridge product, hard to imagine they'd all of a sudden start selling Art Packs for it. I think they expected 3rd party developers would fill that niche, but since no stable, supported product has yet to materialize, can you blame any 3rd party that might consider devleoping Art Pack's from not doing so?
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Mon Jun 19, 2006 6:59 pm

Kevin,

There are some art paks available here:
http://www.sandyressler.com/artpacks/
I have not tried these but they look like they should be high quality.

I created a simple personal artpak using that photos my wife and I took in Maui. I used various surf sounds ripped from CDs as the music.

Howard

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