praise and comments
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Topic: praise and comments
Posted: 25-Jan-2005 at 16:56
First post's are always fun
First the praise:
I found deejaysystem about a year ago and have been using it as my second deck since then. I haven't bought a full copy yet due to lack of funds.
Even without the playlist, the free edition of Mk-I is all I seem to need. It's great being able to just drag and drop files directly from Windows Explorer into the system. Everything in this system is perfect and I can not believe I have not seen more about deejaysystem on the web.
I will prompte this product even though I haven't found the funds to pick up the full version.
Second, the comments:
Line-in? - I have been looking to use a deejaysystem product as a software mixer. As far as I can see there is no way of bypassing the Mk player so that a soundcare line-in could be fed directly to the mixer section.
I don't know where the project really stands at this point but is there any way that this could be implamented?
USB joystick? - Also, I have a Griffen Powermate which I would like to use as a jog wheel. The software for the powermate just passes a keystroke to whatever program you tell it to. For some reason the Mk-I doesn't recieve the keys that the powermate is sending to it.
It might be possiable to make the Powermate act like a USB josystick so is there USB joystick support under the Mk's?
running Mk-I under linux - I did try running Mk-I under linux using wine. It works ok some of the time but there are glitches when trying to reposition the cue or re-cueing the song. A lot of the glitches seem to be cause by the actual display output.
Is there anyway to have a "console" feature that will either turn off the display or that will cover them over so that wine doesn't have to work as hard at displaying the info? This might fix some of the glitches but it's just my best guess.
Thank you very much for producing an application that is perfectly thought out!
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|Quote Reply Posted: 30-Jan-2005 at 23:00|
Thank you very much for your comments!
I don't understand you here... Do you mean that Deejaysystem should also control a Line-In signal?
There will be an special version of Mk-I that will feature direct Line-In to mp3 recording, would it be useful for you?
Deejaysystem Mk-I reads the keyboard status via DirectInput, that is, by checking if each key is physically pressed. The typical keystrokes that comes via Windows messages are ignored.
Have you tried your jog with Mk-II? It fully supports any joystick that can be configured in Windows, including USB joysticks. Try the latest Mk-II beta, at it has some improvements on joystick support.
Hehehe, well, this is really beyond of our plans. However you may try coding it by yourself. Older versions of Deejaysystem are available for download (DJ-System 1.2 and DJ-System 2.51), and they both include their source code.
Edy / Deejaysystem Team
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