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|(213)||Mykou||Movie desktop screen capture||2015.11.01 12:12:10|
|Hi Falco and gratz for this software |
I tried for tutorial prupose on YT to screen capture desktop movie in action but when I try playback there is no way to record live the movie playing on background ( tried under camtasia and bandicam without success )
is there any clue or workaround to achieve that ?
|(212)||Falco||Re:Midiplayer non English catalogues and filenames||2015.10.08 9:02:52|
Midi Player supports non English characters if you use the right code pages.
But it does not support unicode characters that your ANSI code page cannot display.
Going full unicode is not as easy as it sounds and it has its price.
Namely compatibility with older operating systems (yes, it's important for me).
So in the next version I will implement a workaround by using the 8.3 DOS format names in case of unicode filenames that the active ANSI code page does not support.
This way at least you can play the files. That's the best I can offer now.
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|(211)||Jonas||Midiplayer non English catalogues and filenames||2015.10.06 22:29:58|
|Hello there, I use your midi player from time to time and I find it quite a nice piece of software. I do wonder if further revisions of it will be able to handle non English catalogues and file names, they\re added to the play list with the characters replaced with "?" but can't be started.|
|(210)||Falco||Re:Midiplayer chord playing?||2015.09.21 8:57:13|
1. At the moment it's unfortunately not possible to map more keys. To tell you the truth PC keyboard support has not been a priority so far since no one has used it seriously. But it would be possible to add the full 4 rows of keys.
2. It entirely depends on the keyboard type. Ordinary basic models seldom support more than 3 keys at once.
More advanced gamer keyboards can support the desired 6 keys (or more).
But I think instead of an expensive gamer keyboard a basic MIDI keyboard is a better choice.
|Replied: ANDREW - Midiplayer chord playing? (209)||Reply|
|(209)||ANDREW||Midiplayer chord playing?||2015.09.20 22:52:37|
I am happy to have discovered your midi player. It is a good tool for my work.
Is it possible to map more PC keys to the on screen piano keys or trigger chords of 4 to 6 notes at a time?
|(208)||Falco||Re:Desktop movie black window outline on Windows 10||2015.08.30 11:07:07|
It is completely a Windows 10 specific problem. They changed the way shadows are rendered. You can circumvent this unfortunate effect by disabling window shadows in Advanced system settings -> Advanced ->Performance ->Visual Effects.
Can you tell me what kind of video hardware/driver you are using ?
I'm asking this because new Windows 10 AMD drivers have arrived with completely broken overlay support. You are lucky that you can even see something...
|Replied: BlueRad - Desktop movie black window outline on Windows 10 (207)||Reply|
|(207)||BlueRad||Desktop movie black window outline on Windows 10||2015.08.30 5:52:43|
|I'm not sure if you'll be able to fix this but, when running the program and videos are playing there's a black outline around the windows opened. |
I don't know much about coding etc but was that done on purpose? Could you maybe make it transparent? Or is it a problem on Windows 10's side?
|(206)||Falco||Re:sony remote||2015.08.14 17:10:41|
|Thanks, I have already seen it. But it's not an easy task to program blindly without any hardware to experiment with.|
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|(205)||wennes||sony remote||2015.08.14 4:54:09|
|just look here: |
maybe it helps. works with my new sony
|(201)||Falco||Re:an odd qurstion||2015.07.25 16:12:28|
|No, it has nothing to do with encryption. What's more I'm encouraging you to do reverse engineering. I have absolutely no problem with it. |
The reason for using UPX is storage size and network bandwidth on falcosoft.hu.
Besides I like compact small sized packages (especially in case of portable apps).
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|(200)||Gerhalt||an odd qurstion||2015.07.25 9:45:51|
|Hello! I decided to disturb you once again, but this time I'm gonna ask you quite weird thing. You always pack your binaries with upx. Why do you do that? |
As far as I know upx is good in 2 cases: if a file has a large size, and if you wish to protect it from reverse ingeneering by means of encryption. So since your PEs have relatively small file sizes, I believe you keep on packing them in order to prevent someone's attempts of altering, right?
However I still dont get it since upx encryption is way too weak for an expert to decrypt. Or maybe it's some kinda "antidummy shield" in your opinion?
Dont get me wrong, I'm not insisting on its removal. I'd like to know the purpose of packing binaries: is there any reasonable point of view for doing so? Please explain this to me!
|(199)||Falco||Re:one more irritating query...||2015.07.22 10:20:33|
This can be achieved 2 ways (you can google them for details):
1. Fight your battle with Windows File Protection and replace gm.dls with your chosen dls file.
2. In the registry replace the path and redirect the system to your dls.
The biggest problem is dls soundfonts are much less frequent than SF2 counterparts and Windows Directmusic/Midi subsystem is not compatible with SF2 soundfont format.
After all I think the simplest solution is to use Coolsoft VirtualMidiSynth (that uses Bassmidi) with your favorite SF2 file.
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|(198)||Gerhalt||one more irritating query...||2015.07.22 9:25:41|
|Hi there. I seem to become predictable. Nevertheless, I believe it's okay to seek answers here, especially if they are given by a knowledgeable person such as you, Zoltan. I wish I could help folks like you do, but I just lack the required level of expertise. |
I guess you are right about PII Tweaker tool. It's simply not my cup of tea, so to speak.
And here goes yet another thought of mine. I wonder is there a way to swap the default gm.dls samples container with some custom soundfont so that any midi playback capable software could use it instead? I mean the case with no external sound card. Is it only achieveable via bassmidi library with no options available?
I remember some discussion of this matter at un4seen queries thread that sounded like "in order to do so one has to install the mentioned plugins into sys32 dir, where they are instantly registered and ready to be used". Is it really that necessary? Though it's not a big deal, I'd like to know wherher I can manage without those libraries or not?
Regardless of your answer thank you very much. Cheers!
|(197)||Falco||Re:What is that PhenomII Tweaker good for?||2015.07.21 11:25:38|
|1. To be honest then this utility is probably not for you. I cannot be more clear about its usage scenarios than in the readme file. |
Its most important feature is to defeat Intel's nasty CPU dispatcher without modifying Intel C++/Fortran compiled executables.
It's the only tool I know of that can do this on AMD processors.
2. No, DOS itself is not a multicore enabled environment so not only the programs but the OS itself cannot use more than 1 CPU core. Moreover PII Tweaker is a Windows tool so it cannot be used in DOS. But you can use my PWR tool (can be found in the DOS softwares section) to alter Phenom's frequency under DOS.
3. No, Dosbox-like emulators use software emulated CPU so the programs inside Dosbox cannot see the host processor.
|Replied: Gerhalt - What is that PhenomII Tweaker good for? (196)||Reply|
|(196)||Gerhalt||What is that PhenomII Tweaker good for?||2015.07.21 10:38:41|
|Yep, that's me again. I recalled a thing I wished to find out long ago. |
I read its description a couple of times but still don't fully understand the purpose of using that tool. That's why I'm asking to provide some brief explanation of the benefits it gives.
Okay, I've got Deneb quadcore crystal at my disposal, and I wanna play some Carmageddon. I got some flash drive with a bootable dos and installed Carma. Do I really have to force the cpu to use only a single core (cuz the game does it anyway)?
Moreover, if I use some dosbox emulator, will this utility be still handy? Please, tell me anything since I start feeling myself like a dummy...
|(195)||Falco||Re:Re:Re:midiplayer hotkeys suggestions||2015.07.20 22:01:55|
|1. You should definitely download the new binary since these changes cannot be magically applied by registry keys. |
2. Ok, I have added play/pause, prev, next multimedia keys. I think it's best if volume up/down keys are reserved to operating system.
These features are not too hard or time consuming to implement but donations are always welcome.
|Replied: Gerhalt - Re:Re:midiplayer hotkeys suggestions (194)||Reply|
|(194)||Gerhalt||Re:Re:midiplayer hotkeys suggestions||2015.07.20 19:38:40|
|wow, Zoltan you're simply awesome! |
umm, should I regrab zip archive containing refreshed binary or it'll work for the current one (by adding certain strings to the ini file)?
and now I'll become somewhat annoying, but I'll request this anyway (sorry...) since I can't help missing the following feature: Zoltan, I ask you to consider implementing the support of those generic multimedia keys found on most (if not every) modern keyboards. I suppose you've got that one too. I often recall the times I used to listen to my music by means of Windows Media Player. it's capable of recognizing those MM keys even when minimized, unlike most other software, that can understand command if its window's active only. alas, but otherwise they (MM keys) do nothing.
anyway, that was my suggestion #... erm, whatever. I hope I didn't seem demanding or anything.
I'm deeply grateful to you, Zoltan, for all the effort you put into your projects. they're extremely useful (and freeware, he-he). I'll definitely try to post more feedback, if you don't mind of course.
p.s. dammit I forgot something once again... will contact once I've recalled that one.
|Replied: Falco - Re:midiplayer hotkeys suggestions (193)||Reply|
|(193)||Falco||Re:midiplayer hotkeys suggestions||2015.07.20 18:08:35|
|Continuing my previous reply: |
I have added for soundfont testing CTRL + 0..9 hotkeys. So you should set your soundfonts to the corresponding Bank number and then with these new hotkeys you can change the Bank on all channels at once.
|Replied: Gerhalt - midiplayer hotkeys suggestions (191)||Reply|
|(192)||Falco||Re:midiplayer hotkeys suggestions||2015.07.20 10:42:48|
|1. You should not put anything next to the executable to use compression. This feature does not work this way. Midiplayer uses standard Windows ACM (Audio Compression Manager) codecs. Midiplayer can use any codecs (Mp3, Ogg, AC3 etc.) that are installed on the system. You should google e.g. ACM FLAC to find a FLAC codec. If you have installed the required codec, you can select it on the right hand side of the Save dialog after you press the record button. |
2. You can already achieve something like this by setting the 5 soundfonts to different banks (default soundfont uses Bank 0).
Then on the user interface change the 'Bank MSB' value to the desired bank. You should do this for each used channel.
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|(191)||Gerhalt||midiplayer hotkeys suggestions||2015.07.20 9:57:03|
|Oy there Zoltan! yep, it's me again. |
Thanks for your instant reply, I really appreciate that. The solution you suggested (disabling esc2quit) is quite enough for me since it works just fine.
OK, here's my question concerning new feature integrated in the latest version, I'm talking about the ability to save recordings in compressed formats like mp3. Ummm, could you explain how that works please. I mean okay I put some lame library next to executable binary, what am I supposed to do next? Moreover, is there a way to add the support of other lossy compression formats like ogg & wma? Oh, and speaking of formats, what about some lossless codecs like ape & flac?
In conclusion I'd like to suggest an idea of cicling through all available soundfonts (5 to be more precise) that are set in bassmidi config dialog, via some shortcut like shift+s. Thus you'll be granted an ability to listen to those fave midi tunes of yours while deciding what soundfont they sound better with. and of course let's not forget about the test purposes.
I guess that's all for the time being.
Speak 2 U soon. Cheers.