DivXLand Bitrate Calculator is a freeware tool that allows the user to calculate the audio and video bit-rates for encoding DivX and XviD movies with a specific target file size, optimizing target video quality and reducing the wasted free space CDs and DVDs.
DivXLand Subtitler was a free program for creating, editing and correcting external subtitle files. As of December 06 2004, DivXLand Subtitler has been superseded by DivXLand Media Subtitler, which remains free, and features an improved interface and much more capabilities than the original Subtitler program.
After decoding a GRF graphics file with GRF Wizard and the GRFCodec, you’ll have an NFO (plain text) file, and one or more PCX or PNG image files. By editing the NFO file, you can alter the size and position from indivial game sprites (graphics). This is an almost impossible process to do by hand, while NFO Editor makes this a quick and effortless task.
The program will create two buffered MP3 files from any ShoutCast Radio stream and place them in the game’s MP3 folder. These files will be played when the player selects the MP3 radio when inside a vehicle.
GTA Editor is a program that makes the installation of new vehicles for the video games GTA III and GTA Vice City a very easy task. The program allows manual edition of values from the default.ide and handling.cfg setting files, as well as easy importing of entire settings for certain vehicle.
Here you can see another 3D modelling work by Andrés using Zmodeler. This is a total conversion of his original Marcopolo Viale bus for MM2. This vehicle is designed to replace the default bus from the legendary video games Grand Theft Auto III and GTA: Vice City, developed by Rockstar North.
TTD Urban Renewal was a site hosting GRF graphic enhancements created by Andrés for the simulation game Transport Tycoon Deluxe. Since no more GRF files have been released there for a few years, that site was shutdown, but here you can find and download all those graphics and apply them to your TTDPatch or OpenTTD game.
Some of these GRF files are available for direct download from OpenTTD’s Online Content.