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  • #306430
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    Rollin
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    Not sure if this should be here or in the Entertainment section, but here it goes…

    I was thinking that there should be some website or database/software (sorta like Youtube or Napster) where you could stream your favorite Khmer karaoke songs directly to your laptop, PC, HDTV, or mobile device. This would eliminate the need for storage space for Dvd’s and also make your karaoke nights more enjoyable (no need to keep changing Dvd’s). Here is what I’m looking for:

    - having the capability to enable or disable vocal audio, or even have like a vocal help
    - playlist capability, favorites, randomize etc.
    - ability to search songs by artist, genre, or production company (RHM, SD, U2, Rock, Chlangden, etc.)
    - scoring capability

    Does anybody know of a website like this? If not, I’m surprised there isn’t one by now. This would definitely be a business plan for me if I had the technical know-how. It’s about time these Khmer production companies start doing more stuff online. Their videos and songs are all over the internet and they’re not even making a dime from it. There’s got to be some revenue potential from subscribers and partnerships (bars, clubs, dj’s, etc.).

    Another logic would be to screw the production companies and either make it free to everyone or keep all the money to yourself. I wonder if this idea would take off? huummm…

    #306444
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    OhMyLinG
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    maybe something like this would be cool.

    Internet Movie Database IMDB

    http://www.imdb.com

    #306455
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    sidmann
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    i had the same idea, matter of fact i have the karaoke dvd files ready. currently im using unify karaoke, which can be a network based karaoke player where the files are stored on a network hard drive and can be accessed wirelessly. problem is naming all the files, right now its just folders of individual discs and track numbers.

    in cambodia there was a new system where they only store the music track (instrumental and vocal) and lyric is a separate file similar to cdg i think it would be in khmer unicode, anyway the video is just a scenery of cambodia on repeat, cant see why this cannot be done on the web since audio files are smaller and streams faster, and High Definition video files saved on your computer and played to reduce bandwidth.

    #306466
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    Rollin
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    There’s a company in LBC that sells a K-Pod karaoke machine, but a little pricey.

    http://icamkaraoke.com/kpod.html

    Honestly, I think someone needs to utilize the cloud technology we have a put all the Khmer dvds out there. Right now, I just rip songs I like from different dvd’s and save them to my laptop. I use VLC media player to play back through the sound system and do an HDMI out to my TV to see the video. I can also turn the voice audio on or off using my laptop. Not the best setup, but it works.

    #306475
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    sidmann
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    [i]Originally posted by RUSH821[/i]
    There’s a company in LBC that sells a K-Pod karaoke machine, but a little pricey.

    http://icamkaraoke.com/kpod.html

    Honestly, I think someone needs to utilize the cloud technology we have a put all the Khmer dvds out there. Right now, I just rip songs I like from different dvd’s and save them to my laptop. I use VLC media player to play back through the sound system and do an HDMI out to my TV to see the video. I can also turn the voice audio on or off using my laptop. Not the best setup, but it works.

    i have that system at home, bought it a long time ago on my first trip to cambodia and took it back on my second trip to get it updated with newer songs. not the best system in my opinion when it comes to adding songs but the already setup song book is good. u can get any media player that plays dvd vob files and still have access to both vocal and karaoke tracks.

    #306487
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    BorossITII
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    This seems like an interesting venture. I could probably pull it off, with a little time and assistance; however, I’d have to study the technology first.

    #306500
    Avatar of NirkOun1Jivit
    NirkOun1Jivit
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    There system is already invented. Its called MPLAYER. You can store your your Karaoke songs in there and u can turn the audio on/off if u want. MPlayer 1.5K Pro Karaoke is only sell by the vietnamese as far as i know. Google its about that media player, you will get more out of it.

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