Posts Tagged ‘vlc’

Jul 6, 2018

How To Play MIDI music files on Windows 10 with VLC Media Player

If you missed being able to play MIDI music files on Windows by default, now you can play those tunes you remember again with VLC Media Player version 3.0+. Apparently, there was a security flaw in FluidSynth for VLC version 2.0.x, so MIDI support was dropped until version 3.0+. So download the latest version 3.0.3 (as of this post) along with the free soundfont file VLC recommends, configure Fluidsynth to point to the soundfont through VLC settings, and you’ll be listening to those old video game tunes in no time!

Follow the instructions here: https://wiki.videolan.org/Midi/#Play_.mid_.28MIDI.29_files_in_VLC

Aug 5, 2013

My Recommended Awesome Free Software 2013

For anyone who is a cheapo like myself, or just have an idea of what tools I specifically need, here is a list of FREE software that you might find useful. None of that hacky, amatuer stuff. (more…)

Aug 6, 2011

Random DVD screenshot of the day: Lady Terminator

First she mates, then she terminates… (more…)

Apr 4, 2011

Modern Internet video formats

If you’ve used the Internet long enough, you’ve at least streamed or downloaded at least on movie whether it was intentionally or in an ad. I want to write about some of the more popular, modern video formats that exist. (more…)