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       performous - The free Linux karaoke game


       Performous  is  a  free  cross-platform clone of the Playstation 2 game

       While Performous might be  classified  as  a  karaoke  program,  it  is
       actually  much  more  than that. Instead of just displaying the lyrics,
       notes are also displayed and the performance is  scored  based  on  how
       well  you  hit  the  notes  and  you  can see your own singing pitch on

       Performous was previously known as  UltraStar  Next  Generation  (USNG)
       because  it supports the UltraStar song format. It is not a fork of the
       Delphi-based UltraStar games, as Performous is rewritten  from  scratch
       in C++.

       If  you  have  trouble  with  the  program  (no  songs found, audio not
       working, etc),  try  running  it  on  a  terminal.  Some  useful  debug
       information such a list of the song folders is printed there.

   Generic options:
       -h [ --help ]
              you are viewing it

       -v [ --version ]
              display version number

   Configuration options:
       -t [ --theme ] arg (=lima) set theme (name or absolute path)

       -f [ --fs ]
              enable full screen mode

       --fps  benchmark rendering speed also disable 100 FPS limit

       --songlist arg
              print list of songs to console --songlist=[title|artist|path]

       -W [ --width ] arg (=800)
              set horizontal resolution

       -H [ --height ] arg (=600) set vertical resolution

       --cdev arg
              set capture device (disable autodetection) --cdev=dev[:settings]
              --cdev=help for list of devices

       --pdev arg
              set      playback      device      (disable       autodetection)
              --pdev=dev[:settings] --pdev=help for list of devices

       --crate arg (=48000)
              set capture frequency 44100 and 48000 Hz are optimal

       --prate arg (=48000)
              set playback frequency 44100 and 48000 Hz are optimal

       -c [ --clean ]
              disable internal default song folders

       -s [ --songdir ] arg
              additional  song  folders to scan may be specified without -s or
              -songdir too


       In-game navigation uses the following keys:

   Global shortcuts:
       Esc    Exit the current screen

              Switch between full screen and windowed modes

   Main menu:
       S      Sing: single player game

       P      Practice: displays  the  tones  detected  and  a  VU  meter  for
              checking microphone recording levels

       C      Configuration: adjust settings

   Song selection:
       Enter  Pick the currently selected song

              Browse the list of songs

              Switch the sort order (song name, artist, edition, genre or song
              folder path)

       Any text
              Search for songs (write the text to find, uses regexp format)

       Pause or Space
              Pause song preview and automatic song switching

       Tab    Randomize songs (sort them again)

       Ctrl+R Refresh song list (reload from disk)

       Esc    Exit to main menu or quit search mode

   Singing screen:
              Fast forward or rewind the song

       Enter  Skip long instrumental breaks, or get the grading  instantly  at
              the end of song.

       Pause or Space
              Pause the game

       F5/F6  Adjust audio/video sync. Use if the notes pass the black line at
              incorrect time.

       F7/F8  Adjust audio roundtrip latency. Use if the pitch wave  does  not
              match the notes, when you match your timing to what you hear.

       Ctrl+R Hot reload song from disk (useful for making or repairing songs)


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