Diva Divine Karaoke wrote:1) Notes from the Karaoki manual (page 11) states that when the BGM is displayed you can search for a song in the BGM. This doesn't work. I know the song is there in the loaded case but it does not show up in the search.
As Ryan said, there is a bug in the current released version that stops the BGM search if the genre tags are not set, There should be a new beta to fix this on Monday, this bug also stops the file from saving after searching and could account for Item 3 on this list.
Diva Divine Karaoke wrote:2) Manual (page 18) states that the Default BGM is automatically saved. How do you create a Default BGM? I have all my DJ songs (mp3's) in separate Genre folders. I've created new cases in the BGM for each genre and also playlists for shows. I would like to be able to search through my entire DJ library (regardless of which case is loaded) to find songs that are requested, etc. while I'm DJ'ing a party and be able to add them to the playlist on the spot. Also, it would be nice if there was a "Naming Conversion Option" when importing songs to the BGM like there is in Karaoki. When importing I have to rename the songs manually that aren't named correctly (i.e. Artist-Title), one at a time.
The BGM is designed to run as a single case of automated 'Fill' music, you can load music from multiple sources into the BGM but it is still only a single (default) case, to use just add the tracks using the 'Add Songs' button, the BGM will auto save.
Once created the default case can be 'saved as ...' and re-loaded at a later date, this allows a different case to be loaded at the start of an evening, e.g. if you are doing an event and there are children, gangster rap would not be appropriate.
If you wish to do more than just play fill music between singers you should be running a separate DJ app (DEX /Red Mobile) alongside Karaoki.
Naming conventions where designed for use with zipped MP3+G Karaoke tracks, most Karaoke applications (Inc. Karaoki) can also use name conventions with unzipped MP3+g files, Karaoki can also import the ID3 tag from the MP3 component of the MP3+g files, both zipped and unzipped files are supported but extraction is fairly slow.
Karaoki only uses ID3 tags in the BGM as with mp3's ID3 tags are the standard.
Diva Divine Karaoke wrote:3) When I click "Shuffle" or uncheck it, it shuffles the songs in the list but I receive an error message that says "Invalid File (Save)" and need to click OK or Cancel.
See Item 1 answer.