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Help and Questions / Re: Video Synchro (bis)
« Last post by RG (aka AUDIOMONSTER) on Today at 12:03:00 »
No, I will do, thanks for the link ;-)
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Help and Questions / Re: Video Synchro (bis)
« Last post by Saga Musix on Today at 11:58:28 »
Have you tried VidPlayVST?
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Help and Questions / Re: Video Synchro (bis)
« Last post by RG (aka AUDIOMONSTER) on Today at 11:32:34 »
Already tried this a long time ago, no use at all, unfortunately. I use Soundforge type programs (and LoopBe1 for MIDI synch), but very not the most convenient (start/stop/pause markers insert, etc).
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I don't know to which genre it belongs to either... I just used Wikipedia's definition and it seemed to "fit":

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It has been described as "a fusion of hip hop and electronica until neither genre is recognizable",[5] and may incorporate a variety of styles, including funk, dub, soul, psychedelia, R&B, and house, as well as other forms of electronic music.[6] Trip hop can be highly experimental.

If anyone knows the right genre, please let me know.
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Interesting concept! However I wouldn't say it's Trip-Hop... not sure in which genre drawer to put it though. :)
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Help and Questions / Re: Video Synchro (bis)
« Last post by Saga Musix on Yesterday at 19:12:00 »
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But I just noticed that when I pause/continue a song at any pattern or even note position, time position is realtime updating, which seems great to synchronize to a video, isn't it ?
While it may be one requirement for synchronizing video, it is by far the least important detail. Simply put, we neither have the time nor expertise to make such a feature happen. OpenMPT is and always will be a spare-time project and I don't think I will ever want to do anything related to video handling in my spare time. ;)

However, I think that VST plugins are the best way to achieve this feature, and there are in fact some plugins which can do what you want to achieve (sync video and audio). I think I recommended you to try mediavst from the pvst collection a while ago, did you ever try it? While it does not seem to handle all video formats that I tried, it synchronized audio and video perfectly.
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Looks nice :)
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General Chatter / Re: uTracker, a noob's toy tracker project
« Last post by Saga Musix on Yesterday at 19:06:31 »
It's always nice to see people putting their efforts online. I had a very brief look at the code, and while you say that it's abandoned, maybe you still want to learn something from it: I'd recommend not to store pattern data as strings. While it might make pattern display drawing slightly more simple, it also makes everything more error-prone because you keep comparing against magic values everywhere. Consider using an integer value and have an enum with special values for actions such as note-off.
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Help and Questions / Video Synchro (bis)
« Last post by RG (aka AUDIOMONSTER) on Yesterday at 17:27:29 »
Video synchro is something I had been asking if it would be possible, back then, but I think it was not because of the impossibility to know what is the song time position at any note position,and so the impossibility of real time changing a marker position in an embedded/connected video player.

But I just noticed that when I pause/continue a song at any pattern or even note position, time position is realtime updating, which seems great to synchronize to a video, isn't it ? (I had never noticed that, untill now (never too late :-D), so I'm wondering)

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Development Corner / Re: Manipulations and feedbacks with libopenmpt.js?
« Last post by Edward256 on February 15, 2020, 11:08:58 »
Well, I haven't managed to figure out the interactive part yet, but thought I'd show what I've managed to do so far:
https://edwardleuf.org/music/Mods/showmod.php?file=hdmod.it
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