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Karaoke Lyrics Editor

Karaoke Lyric Editor is a GUI application to edit and test karaoke lyrics in popular lyric formats. It features full support for non-English languages, support for LRC, CD+G (CDG), and UltraStar specifics, and a built-in karaoke testing window.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Feb 2012 08:00

    Release Notes: The audio player has been switched to FFMpeg/SDL instead of the incredibly buggy and unreliable Phonon. There is improved export in CD+G format with a preview dialog and easily configurable options. Improved the CD+G tester. There is support for the video and image backgrounds; any lyrics can use multiple backgrounds. There is support for video export; you can now export your Karaoke song together with music, lyrics, and the background into a video file. There are numerous improvements and bugfixes.

    •  14 Jan 2011 09:51

      Release Notes: Several major bugs were fixed, including CD+G rendering. The UltraStar pitch editor was removed. The editor to use regular text instead of annoying drawn timing marks was switched. The text editor is no longer locked if the music file is not loaded.

      •  10 Jul 2010 09:19

        Release Notes: CDG (CD+G) lyrics export was added.

        •  13 Dec 2009 22:21

          Release Notes: This release adds a piano roll for choosing the pitch for UltraStar format lyrics. It adds a feature to check whether a new version is available. It fixes many UltraStar export issues. It fixes an issue when a project is loaded with an empty editor window. If the lyrics type changes, the project settings now change accordingly. There are multiple UI changes.

          •  07 Dec 2009 04:28

            Release Notes: This is the initial release.

            Recent comments

            22 Nov 2012 12:44 Muluneh_1Lyrics

            I need a registration key


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