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cRSID with GUI and 4SID-support
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Submitted by Hermit on 11 March 2023
|cRSID got a cousin for the Plus4 faction:
Maybe I'll implement the playlist for cRSID too if there's interest for it...
Submitted by zzarko on 7 September 2022
|Works great on Linux, thanks!
Submitted by DnP on 6 September 2022
Submitted by spider-j on 6 September 2022
|That 4 SID example tune is just beautiful.
Submitted by Shine on 6 September 2022
Submitted by Hermit on 6 September 2022
-4SID support (stereo/mono/middle is SID-Wizard compatible, see example tune)
-GUI: I coded a little standalone GUI-library for SDL recently with full anti-aliasing, so it's time reuse it to give a GUI for cRSID... (as seen on screenshot, but it doesn't start by simple clicking on it, there's no file-selector, you need to associate crsid or crsid.exe to SID-files on your OS)
-main-volume mixdown support and new '-volume' argument
-the RSID support is not improved so some SIDs still don't play (like LMAN digi+SID tunes)
The 'deb' package (64bit) creates the associations on Debian to SID-file/mimetype.
(There's no installer for Windows so the associations should be made manually. If you associate .sid files directly to crsid executable, volume/stereo settings are always reset, but if you associate crsid.bat they can be set in the bat-file. In this latter case you need to ensure that crsid.exe is in the executable 'PATH' or copy crsid.exe and sdl.dll into C:\Windows folder for the batch-file to find it...)
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