To assign/play an audio MP3 with a song:
1. Go into “Edit” mode (if not already into it):
2. Click on the song to which you want to assign an MP3:
3. In the middle panel, click the "Files" tab:
4. Import audio files into your VideoPsalm
The list of MP3 files is empty, as the setup contains no audio file sample at the moment.
Use the "Import" button to import into your VideoPsalm MP3 files that you have in your PC:
Use the "Navigate" button to open the folder where VideoPsalm stores its MP3 files.
VideoPsalm reflects in the list the MP3 files located into its Audio folder.
Press the "Import" button to import audio files located into your PC:
The drop-down list reflects the MP3 files that you have imported into your VideoPsalm:
5. Play the audio
When you display the lyrics of a song that has an associated audio file, VideoPsalm displays a music player:
- Play/Pause button
- Go to start
- Go to end
- Loop/Play once switch
- Mute switch
- Volume slider from 0 to 100
- Display Elapsed time, total time, remaining time (click on it to display another value).
- A track-bar to position the cursor anywhere between the start and end limits.
- A limiter, to skip the start and the end of the audio file.
To start the playing of the audio, press the "down" key. In this case, it will not display the next slide, but start the audio.
To disable playing the audio, press the mute button.
When you put into an agenda a song that has an audio file associated to it, VideoPsalm will save the audio into the agenda file. When you open the agenda on another PC, the audio file will also be there.
VideoPsalm is compatible with following audio files:
.mp3 .wav .wma .a52 .aac .aiff .ac3 .ape .dts .flac .it .m4a .m4p .mka .mlp .mod .mp1 .mp2 .oga .ogg .oma .s3m .spx .wv .xm
VideoPsalm cannot play midi files at the moment.
VideoPsalm will remember you to save your changes to your songbooks when you close it.