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01-31-2007, 10:15 PM
Can someone who knows what this may be/do please PM me or offer their thoughts here? All I know is it has to do with PS2 Debug Kits.
02-01-2007, 01:13 PM
I guess it has something to do with the Artist Tool Monitor,
here's what I found in the systool.pdf from the sdk:
Artist Tool Monitor
The Artist Tool Monitor is a software application that functions as a platform for the graphics previewer and
the sound previewer. The Artist Tool Monitor and previewers must use identical versions of the runtime
libraries. If necessary, rebuild the Artist Tool Monitor using the contents of downloaded packages so it can
Independent previewers can be developed for handling graphics or sound data in other formats. The "Artist
Tool Monitor" is provided as a common platform for a previewer that runs on the Debugging Station.
Sample code as well as technical material for the previewer is also provided.
The Artist Tool Monitor can be downloaded from the "Other Common Tools" area on the Developer
Support website. Sample source code for previewers is provided in the same packages as the graphics
previewer and Linux sound previewer, respectively.
The graphics previewer is a tool for playing back and displaying 3D graphics data created using various
commercial graphics software programs, on a Debugging Station. In this way, graphics data can be
verified to see how it will appear on an actual PS2 console. A Debugging Station is connected to a LAN via
a USB-Ethernet/network adaptor, and the graphics previewer then transfers graphics data from a Linux
host to the Debugging Station where it can be displayed. In addition to ordinary animation playback, by
operating the Debugging Station controller, the graphics previewer can change the direction and position of
the camera, display specific frames, and move forward and reverse.
The sound previewer is a tool for sending HD / BD / SQ data or MIDI streams created in JAM to the
Debugging Station via a LAN for playback. In addition to the Power Macintosh, Linux hosts can also use
MIDI stream playback is handled by realtime transfers from the MIDI sequencer via OMS. On a Linux host,
stream transfers are performed in realtime from a MIDI device.http://lorezan.free.fr/images/soundpreviewer.jpg
02-01-2007, 04:05 PM
Nice one Uncle Jun!
02-01-2007, 06:29 PM
A nice copy&paste, you mean? :)
I have found the iso of the atmon in the most unusual place, the dummy file on the psx update disc !
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