Play Any File through SoundBlaster - version 1.5 Sep 1994
PLANY input_file [-r speed] [-s] [-u] [-i irq] [-p port] [-d chan] [-v]
input_file: Sound file name. Required
-r: set output rate (samples/sec)
-s: sample is signed
-u: sample is U_LAW
-i: IRQ. default from BLASTER variable, or 7
-p: port. default from BLASTER variable, or 544. (220h)
-d: DMA channel. default from BLASTER variable, or 1
-v: verbose output
PLANY will play any sound file through the SoundBlaster.
Currently supported sound types:
Amiga .8SVX .IFF
In addition, PLANY will attempt to detect and play the sound
samples contained in Amiga .MOD files.
If PLANY is unable to identify the header of the sound file,
it will default to 'unsigned' and '11000 samples/sec', unless
changed by command line options.
Press any key during playback to terminate output.
SELF PLAYING SOUND FILES:
To make an 'executable' sound file, append the sound file to
the end of PLANY.EXE. For example:
COPY/B PLANY.EXE+SOUND.SND SOUND.EXE
will create 'SOUND.EXE' which will play 'SOUND.SND' when executed.
Note that the '/B' switch on the COPY command is required.
Bill Neisius[email protected]