Serenade for Mp3 version 1.1 - Karaoke player for Mp3 files
Serenade for Mp3 adds karaoke text to ordinary Mp3 and wave files (extensions .mp3 and .wav). The text will be saved in a file with the same name as the mp3 file but with a different extension (.srm). The text is edited in a normal text format, you can copy and paste it from any webpage or wordprocessor. The words are placed at the correct time by using the Ctrl-key while the mp3 file is playing .
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The full version of Serenade for Mp3 costs $9.95. Requirements: Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10, 16Mb, 300Mhz, 800*600 pixels.
Contact: JosMaas@1manband.nl Follow @SoftwareJm
How it works:
In the upper right corner of the screen is the area where you edit or paste the text for the song.Then put the cursor before the first word of the text and press the play button. When the music reaches the point where the first syllable has to be sung, then press the Ctrl key. The first syllable will be highlighted. Press the Ctrl key again for each syllable to be sung. When you're finished press the play button again to stop the music. The lyrics will now become visible in the large display. The hyphen (-) between the syllables in the words in the large display are not visible but each syllable will highlight separately when you play the song. It is also possible to insert a line at a time instead of words: select insert mode lines.
While playing the words will turn red at the time they are to be sung and the screen will scroll gently. In the playlist window you can compose a list of songs. Playlists can be saved and loaded.
Installation problem solving:
In some cases you will get the error message "Navigation to the Webpage was canceled" in the help functions. In that case the helpfile is blocked by your firewall. To fix this, find the file srndmp.chm in the Serenade for MP3 folder, right click on it, select properties and press the unblock button.
The default installation folder is JmSoftware. It is not advised to install this software in the Program Files folder. If you did you should always start it as administrator (normal users can't write in the Program Files folder).