I'd like to know if exists, or if is possible to create it (i'm not an expert programmer, so i don't know if that would take much or little time) a symple command to start reproducing mp3 or midi files. Not a program that opens a screen, like dosamp, but a simple string.
play x.mp3; y.mp3; z.mp3 /L3 /S2 play x.mp3 /L0 /S0.5 or play x.mpr /a play /showlist /p play /end play x.mp3 = plays the musicfile play x.mp3; y.mp3; z.mp3 = plays the musicfiles in order /L0 = reproduces every track listed looped. Obviously with a list only the first track is riproduced /Lx = reproduces every track listed x times before go to the next one /Sx = changes play speed (it's a multiplyer /s2=2x, /s0.5=1/2x) play x.mp3 /a = adds the track to the list. if /Lx or/and /Sx are specifyed, they only apply to that track, not to the others of list play /showlist /p = shows a list of files in a gird: (/p is optional, means in pages as "dir /p") name, loop(actual/total), speed asdfdf.mp3 3/5 2x aggfs.mp3 0/1 1x play /end =instantly stops the music and clears the list
Oh, and music should continue playing while using DOS obviously.
I'd like to use that, for example, to start a looped theme in the autoexec.bat, and to stop it when you go to command prompt (so when you passed over the multiple choice menu, if i succesfully complete it.
Oh, it's FreeDOS ambient, not MS-DOS, i know that there are some differences
Edited by Barnack, 27 August 2014 - 07:02 AM.