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Author Topic: Any module players on Android that support emulation of the OPL2 in S3M modules  (Read 322 times)

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Are there any module players on Android that support emulation of the OPL2 FM chip in S3M modules, or am I stuck with using TMA's online player for those?
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ZXTune uses libopenmpt, so it should be able to play those.
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I see, it does play S3Ms with the FM patches complete, but seems to ignore module loop points (such as the Bxx command). But seeing as it is apparently the only Android module player app to support it, it may therefore be the only option other than TMA's web-based player.
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libopenmpt support is relatively new in ZXTune and I think there are still a lot of things left to be done. You can request features here: https://github.com/vitamin-caig/zxtune/issues

I don't use ZXTune myself but I assume that it will simply just play a tune once. libopenmpt, just like OpenMPT itself, will stop playing a tune whenever it reaches a point that has already been played. So it is fully intentional that playback will stop after a pattern jump, but of course a player should preferably apply a fadeout in that case.
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