MultiPlay is a Windows based program designed to play audio cues for theatre or corporate use.
It is free to use in both amateur and commercial environments. Feature suggestions and bug reports are welcomed.
A wide range (wav, mp3, wma, etc) of audio files are supported. If your installation of Windows
Media Player can play it, so can MultiPlay.
Some of the cue types available:
Single (mono or stereo) audio file
A list of audio files to play sequentially for pre-show, intermission, etc
Control cues to act upon other cues
Serial strings to trigger an external device
MIDI sequence (music) playback
MIDI command to control external equipment
MIDI Mute for audio muting on external mixer
Cues can be linked in various ways to play at the same time or after each other, etc as well
as stop/fade other cues. Productions can be named, saved, loaded, printed and exported.
Each audio cue can be assigned to one of several audio groups. Each of those groups can be assigned any one of
the available stereo audio cards. A preview function can be routed to another stereo output.
Old test results
The test results you have selected are very old and may not represent the current state of Wine.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)
It installs and the GUI runs, queuing appears to work.
What does not
It is unable to add or load any media file, and will crash on attempt to load a workspace containing media files.
What was not tested
Any functionality involving actual media files (aka what the application is designed for).
If Wine is started from the command prompt, any attempt to load a media file gives the following warning: "fixme:qedit:MediaDet_get_StreamLength (0x1db3220): stub!"
It appears that required functionality for this application is missing in the given WINE release. I will try the latest Beta release next.