Great to hear that.
I'm working with java-to-usb but seems like there's a no-go on the development process (works somehow on win, fails on linux), so i guess i'll stick to c++ and c#.
Oh btw, i bought an android phone while time passes, so i can now do "hd" captures, so... no more ultralowres stuff... lol
This is a KinO (v2?) snapshot with the new,lightweight gtk-interface, running on my linux box.
As you can see, there's a not labeled button which match with delete option and also lacks of upload (that stuff is not done on code).
Problems i see on code right now:
- Generating the file tree takes soo much time (probably by my own "fault" coding the tree nodes algorithm)
- You cannot set properties on the files (harcoded code for mp3 and so made it not "easily" updateable)
- GUI still hangs when downloading files
- You can select a folder and pick download so it downloads the folder and all its content to the pc.