sidplay(1) General Commands Manual sidplay(1)NAME
sidplay -- Music player and C64 SID chip emulator
sidplay options datafile |-
Sidplayer is a music player program that emulates the the Sound Interface Device chip (MOS 6581, commonly called SID) and the Micro Proces-
sor Unit (MOS 6510), allowing you to play music files written for Commodore 64 on a modern computer.
All you need is audio hardware with average PCM waveform playback capabilities. A fast CPU and a 16-bit sound card are recommended for bet-
ter performance and slightly better audio quality.
OPTIONS -h, --help
show summary of options
-v verbose output
-f num set frequency in Hz (default: 22050)
-o num set song number (default: preset)
-a strict PlaySID song compatibility (deprecated!)
-a2 bank switching mode (overrides -a)
-16 enable 16-bit sample mixing
-s enable stereo playback
-ss enable stereo surround
-pc enable centered auto-panning (stereo only)
-n set NTSC clock speed (default: PAL)
-nf no SID filter emulation
-ns MOS 8580 waveforms (default: MOS 6581)
-c force song speed = clock speed (PAL/NTSC)
-t num set play time in [[h:]m:]s format
-bn num set number of audio buffer fragments to use
-bs num set size 2 num of audio buffer fragments
-b num set sample buffer size
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published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts.
hello to all , i have a problem , actually i download realplayer and play a song ,
my problem is that, when i start my speaker , and play a song , i m not getting any sound , and song goes on without any sound
i have fedora 9 ,
if any one can solve my problem then
thanx very... (0 Replies)