KMid is an X11 / KDE based midi player for Linux and FreeBSD. It displays the text of karaoke files and changes its colour as it is being played so that the tune can be easily followed. KMid uses /dev/sequencer as output device supporting external synths, AWE , FM and GUS cards. This application is included in the kdemultimedia package.
|Tags||Desktop Environment KDE multimedia|
Release Notes: This release has been ported to KDE 3 and fixes the annoying bug that would exit the program whenever the user pressed a GUI element while playing a file.
Release Notes: Many fixes, mainly for a problem that made KMid play midi files with a random tempo on some systems. It also contains for 2.2.x kernels, a fix for AWE devices that where the pitch was too high, etc. If you have kdemultimedia from KDE 1.1.1 you don´t need to download this.
No changes have been submitted for this release.