wildmidi - example player for libWildMidi
wildmidi [-bhlvwnst] [-c config-file] [-d audiodev] [-m volume-level] [-o wav-file] [-f frequency-Hz(MUS)] [-r sample-rate] [-g convert-xmi-type] midifile ...
This is a demonstration program to show the capabilities of libWildMidi.
midifile can be a MIDI type file in the HMI, HMP, MIDI, MUS or XMI formats and is processed by libWildMidi and the resulting audio is output by the player.
You can have more than one midifile on the command line and wildmidi will pass them to libWildMidi for processing, one after the other. You can also use wildcards, for example: wildmidi *.mid
- -b | --reverb
- Turns on an 8 point reverb engine that adds depth to the final mix.
- -c config-file | --config config-file
- Uses the configuration file stated by config-file instead of /etc/wildmidi/wildmidi.cfg
- -d audiodev | --device=audiodev
- Send the audio to audiodev instead of the default. ALSA defaults to the system "default" while OSS defaults to "/dev/dsp". Other environments do not support this option.
- -h | --help
- Displays command line options.
- -f | --frequency
- Use frequency F Hz for playback (MUS).
- -g | --convert
- Convert XMI: 0 - No Conversion (default)
1 - MT32 to GM
2 - MT32 to GS
- -l | --log_vol
- Some MIDI files have been recorded on hardware that uses a volume curve, making them sound really badly mixed on other MIDI devices. Use this option to use volume curves.
- -m volume-level | --mastervol=volume-level
- Set the overall volume level to volume-level. The minimum is 0 and the maximum is 127, with the default being 100.
- -o wav-file | --wavout=wav-file
- Records the audio in wav format to wav-file.
- -r sndrate | --rate=sndrate
- Set the audio output rate to sndrate. The default rate is 32072.
- -n | --roundtempo
- Round tempo to nearest whole number.
- -s | --skipsilentstart
- Skips any silence at the start of playback.
- -v | --version
- Display version and copyright information.
- -x | --tomidi
- Convert a MUS or an XMI file to midi and save to file.
These options are not designed for general use. Instead these options are designed to make it easier to listen to specific sound samples.
Note: These options are not displayed by -h | --help
The player accepts limited user input that allows some interaction while playing midi files.
- Turns the master volume up.
- Turns the master volume down.
- Turns enhanced resampling on and off.
- Turns volume curves on and off.
- Turns the final mix reverb on and off.
- Play the next midi on the command line.
- Save the currently playing file to a midi file. NOTE: This saves to the current directory.
- Pause the playback. Note: since the audio is buffered it will stop when the audio buffer is empty.
- Seek forward 1 second. Note: Clears active midi events and will only play midi events from after the new position.
- Seek backwards 1 second. Note: Clears active midi events and will only play midi events from after the new position.
- Quit wildmidi.
Chris Ison <email@example.com> Bret Curtis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright (C) WildMidi Developers 2001-2016
This file is part of WildMIDI.
WildMIDI is free software: you can redistribute and/or modify the player under the terms of the GNU General Public License and you can redistribute and/or modify the library under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the licenses, or(at your option) any later version.
WildMIDI is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License and the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License and the GNU Lesser General Public License along with WildMIDI. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.
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|10 March 2016|