karaoke game/app

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    I'm working on writing a homebrew app/game for karaoke: the purpose is to be able to have the PS3 behave like a karaoke machine with some interactive features.
    you'll be able to use your own videos on an USB drive and for lyrics you can use subtitle-like files (in case you want to use original videos, not those with embedded lyrics).
    it works with USB microphones and it should also work with bluetooth headsets or similar input devices.
    for the gaming part, I'm planning on identifying notes and matching with the audio stream embedded in the video.

    anybody interested in this sort of entertainment?
     
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    I'm glad it is not just me and my household ;-)=
    I'll return with some info as I prepare a test package so stay tuned.
     
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    here it is, a test release https://github.com/lmirel/ps3_kara/releases/download/v0.1/UP0001-KARA01010_00-1010101010101010.pkg

    it comes with a rather 'limited' option for your videos but it shouldn't be a huge issue. your experience may vary ;-)=
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    note that the videos you want to use should be copied in a folder called 'videos' on a FAT32 formatted USB drive.
    if you intend to use videos with no lyrics embedded in the stream, you can use SRT-type subtitles to add the lyrics in sync with the video.

    very important: there is a limitation to the video format which can be used for playback: 720p MP4 videos ONLY.
    use Avidemux (version 2.7.4) to prep your videos to the requirements: from 'Auto' menu, choose '720p', then from the left-side toolbox choose 'AAC (lav)' for Audio and 'MP4 Muxer' for Output Format (Video Format should already be set to 'MPEG4 AVC (x264)' so don't touch it unless you know what you're doing).
     
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    Thank you master.
     
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    It would be cool if this can do the midi karaoke discs that most chinese dvd player support.
     
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