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 on: Yesterday at 06:59:25 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Lobo
yes JSid is not awful at all, even its in a lower quality, but its still acceptable. Its of course still have its limits (song lengths and limited browser support).

In the DOCUMENTS folder, there is a song length database, some players can use to detect the song length. Im do still not have checked how that works for my own sid songs.

Im do choiced mp3 because its easist to work with.

Hmm..maybe we're talking about different player, I used this one http://hermit.sidrip.com/ , jsid web player and it does work and sound is quite nice, cross browser support as well (well, chromium and ff that I tested, likely IE/edge too then). There are no major limits that I can see really.

Also, dunno about documents folder, this one does not come with db of song lengths so I had to do that on my own (listen and cut Tongue). However, managed to skin it as proper as I could get, maybe a few tweaks here and there but so far it works, check the pic... Cheesy

EDIT:

Forgot to ask, I had a tool years ago where you can edit sids, cut songs/rearrange order, etc.. I think it was that one called SidTool. It seems to be still available on author's site but I can't download it, there are warnings about insecure site, etc..but even when I get to the link the page is blank.  Cry
Do you have any tool like this or can you try to download this bugger (I doubt the site has anything harmful tho), this is the site - http://sidtool.demodungeon.com/
 Undecided

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 on: Yesterday at 08:11:53 AM 
Started by Flash - Last post by spacefractal
yes JSid is not awful at all, even its in a lower quality, but its still acceptable. Its of course still have its limits (song lengths and limited browser support).

In the DOCUMENTS folder, there is a song length database, some players can use to detect the song length. Im do still not have checked how that works for my own sid songs.

Im do choiced mp3 because its easist to work with.

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 on: March 25, 2017, 06:33:40 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Lobo
Last time Im tested web player, they was nowhere pair with a real sid player. So that hence im dont use a web sid player, but dedicated to convert them to MP3. So im just uses a mp3 player with a plugin found to Word Press.

Sids also does not have a endning to a song as well (unless you insert them manual in a file of course).

I agree about the quality but this one is not bad at all. Tho, we cannot help but remember the heresy of 1545 when many were prosecuted for emulating SID through soundblasters on desktop too.  Shocked

By the by, damn, I wish there was a place with info about (at least) approximate endings for many of tunes, now I either have to leave it to user to skip whenever or come up with some approx ending. Most of them loop so nice it is really tricky to say where they end or whether they repeat some patterns a few times before ending. I can only for sure say that Zorro tune lasts for like 12 seconds if you repeat it twice. Tongue

 

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 on: March 25, 2017, 09:57:27 AM 
Started by Flash - Last post by spacefractal
Last time Im tested web player, they was nowhere pair with a real sid player. So that hence im dont use a web sid player, but dedicated to convert them to MP3. So im just uses a mp3 player with a plugin found to Word Press.

Sids also does not have a endning to a song as well (unless you insert them manual in a file of course).

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 on: March 25, 2017, 01:19:38 AM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Lobo
The quality im saw in flash Sid player was no where good as a real windows sid player, so im converted them to full MP3 instead in max quality as possible.

Also Java is going not being in browsers that more, except recently in Denmark.... it's a different story.

Yes, I did see the repeat tiles in top window. Property they "shadow" tiles could just been removed. But it's still do the job and as least on a ds screen.

The MP3 player I'm use is a plugin I'm found to Wordpress. I'm checking tomorrow the plugin.

JSid is actually javascript not the java player as I remember there was one like that so its quite safe. I figured out my playlist problem (duh) as I can't preview it locally Embarrassed so I'll use it as it works well and has all the features I need.  Tongue
The only bloody thing is that everything is based on tables and cells, must convert to divs to skin it proper as it is a mess. Smiley


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 on: March 24, 2017, 10:36:22 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by spacefractal
It's a song from a late n64 game, and a very fun one when seeing that boss. Very original. But haven't seen the scene by my self yet, even I'm do have the game on Xbox one.

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 on: March 24, 2017, 10:30:54 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by spacefractal
The quality im saw in flash Sid player was no where good as a real windows sid player, so im converted them to full MP3 instead in max quality as possible.

Also Java is going not being in browsers that more, except recently in Denmark.... it's a different story.

Yes, I did see the repeat tiles in top window. Property they "shadow" tiles could just been removed. But it's still do the job and as least on a ds screen.

The MP3 player I'm use is a plugin I'm found to Wordpress. I'm checking tomorrow the plugin.

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 on: March 24, 2017, 07:08:16 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Lobo
Im are the great mighty poo and im going throw my shit at you......

Here a live version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzwgGNPetE4

Smiley

Smiley Smiley Smiley: Smiley


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 on: March 24, 2017, 07:07:33 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Lobo
Eark, it's was not negative meant as its sound (yes).

Of course not lad, I liked the bus too, just noticed actually the obvious 'windows repeating tiles' hehe. Tongue
Btw, I'm thinking of putting a little Sid player on me olde site as well, probably JSid but to skin it nicely if possible as to look more 'C64' like but..
somewhat having trouble with it reading its playlist (it is in txt format), which player are you using on your site?


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 on: March 24, 2017, 02:17:24 PM 
Started by Flash - Last post by Flash
Awesome

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