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 Readme for:  Audio » Play » mtpng.lha

Mtpng

Description: MegaTracker Player, the Next Generation
Download: mtpng.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 69kb
Version: 4.3.1
Date: 05 Nov 08
Author: Ian Schmidt, Fredrik Wikstrom (AmigaOS port)
Submitter: Fredrik Wikstrom
Email: fredrik/a500 org
Homepage: http://home.cfl.rr.com/ischmidt/
Category: audio/play
Replaces: audio/play/mtpng.lha
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 4214
 
Comments: 6
Snapshots: 0
Downloads: 135  (Current version)
158  (Accumulated)
Votes: 0 (0/0)  (30 days/7 days)

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Usage:

mtpng <MTP file>

mtpng -h for additional options.

Use CTRL-C to quit.

Audio output is through AUDIO:/AHI-Handler.

OS4 native AHI-Handler:
os4depot.net/index.php?function=showfile&file=driver/handler/ahi-handler.lzx

Changes:

4.3.1 (5-Nov-2008)
 - Fixed problem with ':' character at end of path name

--- original readme file ---

MTPng - MegaTracker Player, the Next Generation
Version 4.3 ------------------- October 7, 2000
-----------------------------------------------

MegaTracker Player (MTP or MTPng) is a program which will play most
Apple IIgs SoundSmith and MegaTracker songs on your more modern 
computer.  Higher playback quality than the real hardware is possible - 
MTP does not emulate the IIgs or it's 5503 chip and instead is a 
fairly standard tracker player similar to MikMod with the exception
that it supports the IIgs formats.  (the output module interface
is extremely similar to MikMod's to make porting easier).

System Requirements
-------------------
On Intel-based hardware a fast Pentium-class or better PC is required.
Good results should be achived with a Pentium 133 MHz or better system;
things may be iffy below that.  On non-Intel systems I would guess at
least a 100 MHz CPU.

The program will compile and run properly on LinuxPPC, but the sound
output seems to be wrong right now.  If someone can fix this please
let me know.

MTP should at least compile on any Unix-like system with the Open
Sound System (OSS) sound APIs.  This includes nearly all versions
of Linux, as well as FreeBSD.  MTP should properly detect and 
handle big-endian (PowerPC, Alpha, etc) systems.  I believe
but cannot test that it's 64-bit clean and would work OK on
Linux/Alpha and IA-64.

How to Install
--------------
Follow the same instructions for MTP as you would any GNU-style
package.  Specifically, unpack the archive and do the following:

./configure
make
(become root if necessary before the next step)
make install

New and Improved
----------------
See the ChangeLog file.


Contact
-------
Ian Schmidt
ischmidt()cfl.rr.com


Thanks
------
Mitchell Spector, James Brookes, Richard Wifall, Matt Conte, and Henk-Jan Ober.


Legal
-----
MTP is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL).  This basically
means that you are allowed and encouraged to distribute the source code and/or
binaries.  If you alter the source code you must make it available for
download, or send the changes back to me for inclusion in the main source tree.
See the COPYING file for full details.


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