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20th February, 2012 at 20/02/2012 12:13:16 -

how do i compress an mmf2 document so it becomes as small as possible?
when i make a blank 640x480 app, it makes like 400kb, I would like to make a demo (real time rendering animation) and i want as small space as possible
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20th February, 2012 at 20/02/2012 13:54:30 -

I don't think it's possible. Perhaps by exporting to Flash or Vitalize you could get a smaller filesize but the basic footprint of a MMF app is around 400kb.

I'm a big fan of the demoscene too. Make a demo anyway - I'd love to see some crazy effects and know that it was made in MMF!

 
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20th February, 2012 at 20/02/2012 18:26:11 -

400kbs is still pretty small.

In fact I'm pretty sure it is the smallest runtime there is in "easy app dev" category.

If you want something smaller try using assembly.

 
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21st February, 2012 at 21/02/2012 10:36:54 -


Originally Posted by . : UrbanMonk : .
400kbs is still pretty small.

In fact I'm pretty sure it is the smallest runtime there is in "easy app dev" category.

If you want something smaller try using assembly.


I used python for a demo test but id like to try out mmf2 and how it looks =]
thanks for the info

 
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