Karaoke Lyric Editor is Qt-based GUI application to edit and test Karaoke lyrics in popular lyric formats. Features full support for non-English languages, support for CDG, LRC and UltraStar specifics, and built-in karaoke testing window.
- Creates Karaoke synchronized lyrics
- Import/Export in LRC and UltraStar formats
- Full foreign languages support
- Preview and test windows
- Supports video and image backgrounds
- Export lyrics in CD+G and video formats
- Supports Linux, Windows and Mac OS X
- Comprehensive help and the tutorial
- KaraFun, PowerKaraoke, Karaoke Builder and Del lyrics import
- Support for real-time testing of your lyric modifications
Awesome! Installs easilly from source OR can be installed right from the Ubuntu Software Center! (Software Center / Karlyriceditor / Install) I can't believe such a great piece of software is FREE! The design is aesthetically pleasing, too. SOOO much better than other software found on non linux operating systems. Great work developer! 5 Stars!!! (Im not giving a rating for support as I haven't had any issues)
Hi, I did not know how to ask this but is there a way to have the program erase lines and add new ones as the song is being sung? I've noticed that it only does page by page method which causes some bad effects for a CD+G file. I was also wondering if in future requests you could add some thing a space bar command tp place each word to be synchronized. One problem I've had is loading songs that are in the lyric 2 format. Some lyrics do not read and end up not showing in the final file. I am a big fan of this program and want to be able to do neat CD+G files with it. I would be honored to beta test anything you would like as I am a windows user. I like the fact that you have more than one type of installation type. Who knows, perhaps you can add a syllable command such as am asterisk and by pressing the space by you would add timing marks. I know it's a lot to ask. But I could see this program becoming the future of karaoke. Kind Regards, Justin Elias
The Linux build uses libavformat55 (unstable), which is not supported by my distro and ended up having to fix broken packages after a failed attempt. I made some slight modifications so that I could build the Qt, but I encountered an un-included header: "ui_wiznewproject_musicfile.h"
excellent work. Easy to use for the average user. Output to CDG file needs some inprovement for LINUX. The graphic font is blocky (reminds me of graphics on the TRS-80 model I. (telling my age, now)). Graphics look good in the internal viewers but does not appear the same on output to CDG. I have successfully written the output (via CDGtools) to a CD-R. When played on a commercial karaoke machine, the graphics are as described above. Otherwise, great job, Mr. Programmer(s). Thanks for a really nice application.