Binary vs Python implemented visualizations

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el_rodro_83 Offline
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Hi All,

Just a quick question. It seems that all the visualizations are implemented as bynary add-ons rather than python add-ons. Is this mandatory? Could i write my own visualization as a python add-on? If so, are there any examples of this i can look at?
(This post was last modified: 2017-04-13 03:19 by el_rodro_83.)
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I was researchin this as well and couldn't find the answer - there are no examples, nothing Sad I wanted to make a dummy visualization, so the screensaver wouldn't kick in while playing music Smile
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No python viz support.
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Any examples for binary dll (windows) or android?
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Look in my repos at github.com/notspiff
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Good to know. Time to write some C/C++ code after more than a decade then. Thanks!
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