Difference between revisions of "Template:Infobox Song"

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Revision as of 23:20, 31 January 2015

The Infobox Song template has several parameters, many of which are optional. If the song has been released on multiple games, the Song page should have a Games section which will house the information that applies to each individual version of the song.


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Description

Title Yes The name of the song.
Image No Adds an image above the player, intended to illustrate where in the game the song is played. Provide a filename without the File: prefix, e.g. "example.png"
Listen No Adds a player for the song. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports. Use the Song-Preview template if it can be played on multiple types of output.
Composer Yes The composer(s) who write the song. Separate multiple composers with commas, and make each a link.
Arranger No The person who arranged the song for the videogame. Separate multiple arrangers with commas, and make each a link. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports.
Programmer No The person who wrote the audio driver the song uses. Separate multiple programmers with commas, and make each a link. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports.
Released Yes The date on which the song was originally released.
Length No Length of a single loop of the song rounded to the hundredth decimal place. If the song is 1:03.92835 seconds long, round it to 1:03.93. Unlike the length on the game page, this length should NOT include multiple loops or the fade out. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports.
Format No The original audio formats this song is encoded to in the game. Do not list conversions. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports.
Game No The game this song is played in. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports.
Game01-09 No Depreciated. Do not use.
TitleOrigin Yes Must be "Official", "Game Location", "File Name", or "Game Title". Official if the song was named by the composer or company that made it. Game Location if the song has no official title and is named off of where in the game you hear the song, File Name if the song is named after it's file name on disk, Game Title if the song shares the same name as the game in which it's played.
Loops No Whether the song loops in the game. Move to Games section if the song was released for multiple games or ports.


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Composer {{{Composer}}}
Released {{{Released}}}