Assembly video tutorials.

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  1. Qjimbo

    Qjimbo Well-Known Member Member

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    They didn't go quite as smoothly as I intended, and I may redo the second at some point (since there were a few unfortunate mistakes made!) however here they are! The video tutorials section now features Part 1 and 2 of my beginners guide to using assembly programming in the Sonic engine. Due to the fact I had to resetup everything, Part 1 doesn't have a mouse cursor (I forgot to disable VMWare's pointer integration...) however I don't think it effects the tutorial much.


    I am also currently in the process of outlining a series of video tutorials on how to create a completely original Sonic level using SonED2. If anyone with some experience in this wants to help out, contact me through the usual channels.
     
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  2. Spanner

    Spanner The Tool Administrator

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    I know this defeats the purpose of a video tutorial however would it be possible to include the original text-based guide (currently hosted on the Sonic Retro wiki) as well?
     
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    Qjimbo Well-Known Member Member

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    Yes I'm planning to do that once I get things organized in that section. I think it would be neat to have text-based versions of all the tutorials really.
     
  4. Selbi

    Selbi Plug in, baby. Retired Staff

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    Great Tutorial! But the Screen size is too small... not very good for ConTEXT... and your Voice is sometimes a bit too fast! I can't understand every singel word! :)
     
  5. SonicVaan

    SonicVaan I'm a cyberpunk with a taste for guns Member

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    That is why a german school is for. :) I understand anything.


    Also nice work, Qjimbo.
     
  6. Selbi

    Selbi Plug in, baby. Retired Staff

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    Yes I know... however, the downloadlink to drx' Disassembly doesn't work (404 Error)!
     
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    Qjimbo Well-Known Member Member

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    Fixed, I had the link on the page wrong. Thanks for pointing that out.
     
  8. Ayla

    Ayla Sonic Hacking Contest Founder & Co-Organiser Member

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    I have extensive experience with SonED2. I'd be happy to offer assistance if you need it.


    Also, is just about everyone on the SSRG german now? lol
     
  9. Oerg866

    Oerg866 Well-Known Member Member

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    haha :downs:


    Let's make the hacking contest german.
     
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