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Release 2D Spectrum, visualization
#1
This is now been done, its part of visualization shadertoy



It would be nice to have a simple 2d spectrum visualization, current one is 3D and spins constantly, and has a perspective angle, you can neither stop the spin fully nor change the perspective angle on it.

If both these additions were possible as visualization setting(s) to current visualization this could be I guess a 2D version.

It would be extra nice if you could also make it fullscreen and be able to choose the nr of bars.

So from something like

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to something like this (ignoring the non viz parts of that image ofc)

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Or something. Smile
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#2
Noone taking. ironic_monkey whats your opinion?
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#3
I'd like to see such a viz because I really hate the 3D spectrum, the waveform also isn't a burner and ProjectM has 90% crap presets IMO. Too bad we can't have python vizualisations - at least not that easy according to my last talk with ironic_monkey about a year ago.
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#4
Well this 2D spectrum may not see some light but if someone backported the 1001 screen-savers ironic_mokey is doing then there would definitely be a better choice. Though I still hold a candle for a plain 2D spectrum vis

https://github.com/notspiff/xbmc-cmake/commits/master

WOW
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#5
Very nice idea.

Unfortunately finding people who are both good at graphics and can program is very hard, hence the small amount of visulizations released over the years.

Hopefully one day!

I love the 2d EQ visualizations.
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#6
Another nice 2D Visulization I saw many years ago.

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#7
I've been playing a bit with the webaudio apis and tried to do a few simpler spectrums in webgl.

I have almost recreated this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptICQtESe64
Or this in lighter version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64DeItg6dgs
Hoping to be able to do this one too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhnt45KgasE

I've also started playing with getting them into xbmc, which is going somewhat forward.

Can't promise I will ever have something nice but something along these lines should be doable. I too agree that the 3D one is looking a tad dated Smile
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(2014-10-08, 17:23)topfs2 Wrote: I have almost recreated this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptICQtESe64
Or this in lighter version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64DeItg6dgs
Hoping to be able to do this one too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhnt45KgasE

That would be amazing!

Those viz are beautiful!!
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(2014-10-08, 17:23)topfs2 Wrote: I've been playing a bit with the webaudio apis and tried to do a few simpler spectrums in webgl.

I have almost recreated this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptICQtESe64
Or this in lighter version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64DeItg6dgs
Hoping to be able to do this one too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhnt45KgasE

I've also started playing with getting them into xbmc, which is going somewhat forward.

Can't promise I will ever have something nice but something along these lines should be doable. I too agree that the 3D one is looking a tad dated Smile

Nice. Smile
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#10
(2014-10-08, 17:23)topfs2 Wrote: I've also started playing with getting them into xbmc, which is going somewhat forward.

Great!
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#11
(2014-10-08, 14:38)zag Wrote: Another nice 2D Visulization I saw many years ago.

Wow, that looks great. Is that a screenshot from an old xbmc skin?
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#12
(2014-10-08, 17:23)topfs2 Wrote: I've been playing a bit with the webaudio apis and tried to do a few simpler spectrums in webgl.

I have almost recreated this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptICQtESe64
Or this in lighter version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64DeItg6dgs
Hoping to be able to do this one too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhnt45KgasE

I've also started playing with getting them into xbmc, which is going somewhat forward.

Can't promise I will ever have something nice but something along these lines should be doable. I too agree that the 3D one is looking a tad dated Smile

Do you have something we can test already? Really looking forward to have one of these in XBMC Big Grin
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(2014-11-22, 13:40)rwilleme Wrote:
(2014-10-08, 17:23)topfs2 Wrote: I've been playing a bit with the webaudio apis and tried to do a few simpler spectrums in webgl.

I have almost recreated this one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptICQtESe64
Or this in lighter version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64DeItg6dgs
Hoping to be able to do this one too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rhnt45KgasE

I've also started playing with getting them into xbmc, which is going somewhat forward.

Can't promise I will ever have something nice but something along these lines should be doable. I too agree that the 3D one is looking a tad dated Smile

Do you have something we can test already? Really looking forward to have one of these in XBMC Big Grin

Not in XBMC no. I ran out of time when Helix happened Smile
I could potentially upload the webgl ones if anyone is interested in helping me doing the xbmc addons.
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#14
o/
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#15
(2014-11-24, 12:44)ironic_monkey Wrote: o/

is that you raising your hand?
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