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Details for midi2smw 1.1.0
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File Name: midi2smw 1.1.0
Submitted: by Ashan
Authors: Ashan
Operating System: Windows, Mac OS X
Platforms: SNES
Games: SMW
Source Available: Yes
Featured: No
Website: Link
Description: Midi to MML converter that automatically outputs to AMK-readable format. Automatically loops repeated sections. Supports adding samples and splitting tracks. (Currently does not support triplets, sorry)

Usage:
midi2smw.exe <flags> inputMidi.mid
To specify an output file:
midi2smw.exe <flags> inputMidi.mid outputFile.txt

Flags:
-specifyTracks
Manually specify which tracks to insert into the output
-split
Specify tracks to split with note groupings
-samples
Specify samples for notes
-noLoop
Print output without loops
Tags: converter, midi, mml, music
Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 1)
Download: Download - 5.22 MiB
74 downloads
Ashan
Originally posted by MagmaMouse
I tried downloading and chrome detected a virus

Hmmm... yeah I'm seeing that too now. I'm trying to look into what's going on, but from what I found online, some Antiviruses have been flagging Go programs as trojans. If you click into the Windows defender notification you can whitelist it, even though I'm sure that seems scary when it tells you "this program executes commands from an attacker."

The source code is freely available for anyone to see on Github (the website link), and you can use it by compiling it yourself. I'm not really sure what the workaround is unless I get a Windows cert, which I don't know how to do and costs money, which I'm not really interested in spending for a hobby project like this.
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MagmaMouse
I tried downloading and chrome detected a virus
Posted by: MagmaMouse - | Link
Ashan
Originally posted by Darkbloom
Originally posted by Ashan
I currently just have a Windows version but it could easily be ported to pretty much any platform since it's written in Go. I'm just not sure if there would be demand for that.

I am reasonably certain that I've seen Music People use macs. It might be smart to make it mac-friendly.


Done, new submission has Mac. Also left a 32 and 64 Windows version in there cause why not? Maybe will target Linux later too
Posted by: Ashan - | Link
Darkbloom
Originally posted by Ashan
I currently just have a Windows version but it could easily be ported to pretty much any platform since it's written in Go. I'm just not sure if there would be demand for that.

I am reasonably certain that I've seen Music People use macs. It might be smart to make it mac-friendly.
Posted by: Darkbloom - | Link
Ashan
Originally posted by Fermín Acosta Jr.
Originally posted by Ashan
I currently just have a Windows version but it could easily be ported to pretty much any platform since it's written in Go. I'm just not sure if there would be demand for that.


I was wondering if you can make for 32 bit Windows 10?

Good catch, I should be targeting 32-bit. It just defaulted to 64 cause that's the machine I compiled on. Check now, new version should work on 32-bit
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Fermín Acosta Jr.
Originally posted by Ashan
I currently just have a Windows version but it could easily be ported to pretty much any platform since it's written in Go. I'm just not sure if there would be demand for that.


I was wondering if you can make for 32 bit Windows 10?
Posted by: Fermín Acosta Jr. - | Link
Ashan
I currently just have a Windows version but it could easily be ported to pretty much any platform since it's written in Go. I'm just not sure if there would be demand for that.
Posted by: Ashan - | Link

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