not quite as complex.
wellllllll, since i posted several hours ago, i got all the bugs killed!!!
now, it's moving on to the "real" Khmer graphic interface.
that's the good news.
the bad news is that i want to add more functionalities.
that means more coding and more debugging...and of course, more time involved.
the new additional objective of the software will
allow user to convert files to any supported format listed on original post.
example, user can convert song on CD to mp3.
convert movie to internet streaming format or larger format such as DiVx, AVI or video CD.
the challenging part for myself is to animate the Khmer graphic.
the little neat thing of the software is that when you launch the program, i want the graphic of nicely dress traditional dancer to say, "jom reap soor".
i will have to program for all the languages that i can speak but also randomly selected the language each time you launch the program.
so, it won't be jom reap soor for 50,000 times.
that will be major annoying.
so, at one launch, the dancer might speak Khmer.
next launch might speak French.
next launch might speak Indonesian.
next launch might speak Vietnamese, etc.
because i am not a female, i have to record my voice and change the tone to make it sound like a female.
wait wait wait...ok, this is not a transvesite software!!
--the Pretender...back to coding...dang! it is almost sunrise now.