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Webpage: THE OFFICIAL ALT.MUSIC.MIDI FAQ
Subject: 2.11 CAN I CONVERT A TYPE 1 TO TYPE 0 MIDI FILE OR VICE-VERSA?
Yes, you can. A lot of sequencing programs allow you to choose the file
format as part of the "Save as" operation. Sometimes, as in Cakewalk,
you will find this under "Options" in the "Save" or "Save As" dialog
box. So opening the file using your sequencing program and saving in the
desired format is one method of converting formats.
There are also utilities that will translate between MIDI file formats
for you. One of these (GNMIDI - which does FAR MORE than file format
conversion) can be found at the excellent GŁnter Nagler's MIDI Utilities
site which is full of "small" but great utilities for MIDI fans.
Additional information from GNMIDI author about this topic:
The Windows software GNMIDI and GNMIDFMT can do this conversion comfortably.
GNMIDFMT - can convert single files and more selected files of one folder at once.
GNMIDI - can convert single files or all midi files of a folder tree at once.
If you are interested in GNMIDFMT then try also GNMIDI demo, because GNMIDI
registration includes also GNMIDFMT as bonus.
Subject: GNMIDI (translated from German)
Forum: Hitsquad GNMIDI webboard ( http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/GNMIDI )
After I have tested an older version of this software, I can only tell:
Fantastic, it is the best MIDI editing software that I have seen till now.
Answer: Thanks, please try also the newest version, there you find many more
interesting features and then you may be astonished more than yet. And don't
forget to register if you want use the software in future.
Forum Yahoo! Music Groups
Subject: GNMIDI, a very powerful MIDI Tool...
You might have encountered similar problem like me:
When I used RealOrch to convert ST3 into KAR files for some reasons
the generated file is so corrupt that none of my MIDI players can
recognize it. But I could restore those invalid files by using
GNMIDI's Repair function. It's great!
There are much more features in GNMIDI. It's worth to have a look in
Subject: split midi files
>> With what (possibly free) program is possible to split in two a midi file?
Anything called a "sequencer". I don't need to know about free
ones, but I'm sure there are suckh and someone will recommend one.
Note that a midi file often contains setup data - sounds allocated to
tracks, volumes etc. - at the start. If you remove this section
and start half way through the song, you may get unexpected results.
If all you want to do is shorten the file, GNMIDI (http://www.gnmidi.com,
shareware) can do that. Very flexible for this sort of thing, and
avoids any worry about manually cutting and leaving out vital messages
from earlier in the song.
It isn't too hard to cut out the end of a song using a sequencer,
but taking out the beginning is trickier.
Subject: Re: Gnmidi owner
From: registered user and beta tester
The new addition to your program is great! It functions exactly the way it
is suppose to. You have made my life so much easier. Let me know when your
program is out of the Beta phase so I can recommend your website to others.
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