If you would like to create videos for a Tandy 1000 or PCjr system using it’s 160x200x16 mode, you can now do that; use SCREENMODE 3 in your script, and prepare your source files using the proper palette. The documentation has been updated to list the correct palettes, and the github repository has examples as well.
I added a few more example videos to the download section, including a 60p (yes, 60 frames per second) version of Big Buck Bunny, just to prove XDC truly can play back 60fps video in graphics mode on an 8088 PC. A few others too, including the funny Move Your Feet music video.
Finally found some free time to bundle everything together and release it. There’s even a proper github repository! A repository with 16-bit DOS pascal code in it, but a repository all the same.
If you find any horrible issues banging on everything, let me know.