XymMS 0.9.1 reviewDownload
XymMS is an XMMS input plugin capable of playing Sega Genesis GYM files by rendering DAC, FM, and PSG signals through emulation of t
XymMS is an XMMS input plugin capable of playing Sega Genesis GYM files by
rendering DAC, FM, and PSG signals through emulation of the YM2612 and SN76496 sound chips found in the video game console. (CYM files will be supported in the beta release.)
GYM files are created by various emulators such as DGen and Megasis. XymMS supports ZLib compression and decompression, and other various settings for output quality, etc. You can compress and decompress files along with updating ID tags using the File Info window.
The emulation backend is courtesy the M.A.M.E. project. XymMS is based on code and ideas from the YMAMP and MSP Open Source projects.
What's New in This Release:
Fixed a nasty memory leak that was mostly affecting compressed files.
Fixed RPMs to default to the XMMS RPM installation location, and hopefully more compatible with different processors. Sorry!
Unwriteable files will now display a message explaining why the File Info box won't work.
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