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jdavia March 22nd, 2005 04:59 PM

Re: kpro new releases
 
I posted this in the wrong thread. Hope this is the right thread.

I redo the words in some songs, and also make new songs in Kpro. I can only save them to a CD or the hard drive as a CDG and KPR. If I want them to be in the database I need them to be saved as KMA in Hoster. The only way I can do that now is to first save it on a disc that I will not use anymore, then into Hoster.
Is it possible for you to allow us to save it directly to Hoster only from KPro via File/Save As/xxxx.KMA. I don't need MicroStudio to save it that way. Only in KPro.
Thanks for looking into it.

admin June 13th, 2005 11:38 AM

It is complex to add the KMA creation code into KHPro. I don't see that happening, but we have done the next best thing...

Hoster 3.108 can import .cdg files directly and convert them to KMA format files. :c

jimbo October 7th, 2005 05:02 PM

Along the same idea, how about being able to save as a .bin instead of .cdg?
Or a way to convert from .cdg to .bin without having to burn a cd.
Jim

jahern October 9th, 2005 06:06 PM

Change the extension to BIN
 
Just rename the files.

In my experience, anything that has worked with the type of file that Microstudio or G______ extract as karaoke "BIN" files, works with what Microstudio or KHPRO save as "CDG" files and then you JUST CHANGE THE EXTENSION TO "BIN"

I recently found a freeware program that will add the .bin extension to a batch of "CDG" files. For instance "Fly Me To The Moon.CDG" and several other Blue Eyes songs are instantly changed to "Fly Me To The Moon.cdg.bin" etc. and are now palyable in Windows media player etc.


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