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    Those of you who have been around this forum know the history of TCPMP. It was fully open source, and it ceased development about 2 years ago. Those developers went on to develop CorePlayer. They promised features like streaming and advanced format support.

    Now in 2008, CorePlayer does very little if anything that TCPMP wouldn't do. Now they're backing out of even supporting Palm with their major features:

    Please note that the palm OS is limited with multithreading support... so it will not get features like RTP/RTSP and YouTube.

    Kinoma can do it...c'mon corecodec......
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    From what I understand their just concentrating on working with the iPhone. I should have never bought Core & just stayed with my tcmp. I did pay for my Kinoma & use that one more..
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