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How the .kok file works?
An example of question that a user could ask us would be:
I use your software and having synchronized the words with the music, I am able to display my karaoke. On the other hand, I save my work and after that, close the DMK software. If I try to find my creation via Windows explorer and if I double-click on the file, which is identified by a DMK icon to play it as a karaoke in DMK, I am unable to make it play. How or what Iím I not doing correctly.
When a .kok file is created by means of the editor, this file is saved in the directory specified in the configuration of the program and carries the same name as the music file used with a .kok extension Ex: synchronization with the music file MrsRobinson.mp3 the file kok is going to be saved as MrsRobinson.kok
When you want to play an MP3 or MIDI music file with DEL MP3 Karaoke, the program automatically goes to check in the directory specified in the configuration and in the current directory of the music file.
If one .kok file exists corresponding to the music file (MrsRobinson.mp3 - > MrsRobinson.kok), DMK is going to use this file of synchronization for displaying the words (karaoke). In fact, the .kok file is not a music file, but a complement file containing the words and the synchronization which are associated to a song.
When the synchronization is done and saved, return to the DMK player and play the music file (MP3 or MIDI) used during the synchronization. The words should display automatically. Note: for a MIDI file, itís also possible to export the synchronization inside the MIDI file rather than to create a .kok file.
For more information about the editor), consult our manual at http://www.delmp3karaoke.com/manu_fr.html.
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