CPK Test Player

CPK Test Player 1.1

This is a basic Cinepak Player for Saturn for testing video files as well as just making your own video discs.
Simply place your CPK files into the cd directory, then run build.bat and it will generate an ISO in the out directory.

This has the following caveats:
  • The max number of files you can have is 50. Which really that should be more than enough.
  • Videos can be any resolution as long as they don't exceed 320x240
  • Videos can be any frame rate as long as they don't exceed 30fps.
  • Audio can be 8-bit or 16-bit PCM in both stereo and mono at any sample rate as long as they don't exceed 44100Hz.
    • ADX Audio is currently not supported.
  • File names can be anything as long as they do not exceed 11 characters and have a .CPK extension.
    • The character length includes the extension
  • The player supports limited anamorphic scaling. To use this do the following:
    • Encode your video at 320x240 resolution (320x224 will kind of work as well) without any cropping.
    • If the desired aspect ratio is 16:9 put _169 in the file name.
    • If the desired aspect ratio is 2.35:1 put _235 in the file name.
    • You can also use _LB, but this is more of a special case I used for the Star Wars clip. The original video was 2.35:1 but I cropped it slightly on the sides to get it to 320x160, but then it needed a tad more vertical squishing to look right. If the others don't look right give this one a try.
    • Any other file will assume you want it displayed in the aspect ratio of it's resolution.
  • R will skip to the Next video, L will skip to the previous video. X restarts the current video, Z pauses the current video.
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  1. Version 1.1

    Increased the Ring Buffer Size to allow for videos with larger STAB Chunks.