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tried loading the fishBMC from the repo provided by your site as it looks nifty, but upon running, I get this:

00:16:04 T:3077719936 M:1841516544   DEBUG: ------ Window Deinit (MusicOverlay.xml) ------
00:16:04 T:3077719936 M:1837707264   DEBUG: ADDON: Dll Initializing - FishBMC
00:16:04 T:3077719936 M:1837707264   DEBUG: Loading: /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/visualization.fishbmc/fishbmc_linux64.vis
00:16:04 T:3077719936 M:1837707264   ERROR: Unable to load /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/visualization.fishbmc/fishbmc_linux64.vis, reason: /home/xbmc/.xbmc/addons/visualization.fishbmc/fishbmc_linux64.vis: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64
00:16:04 T:3077719936 M:1837707264    INFO: Called Add-on status handler for '4' of clientName:FishBMC, clientID:visualization.fishbmc (same Thread=no)

any ideas?

Running XBMC Live 10.1 Dharma
Zxurian Wrote:any ideas?

Running XBMC Live 10.1 Dharma

The repo only provides 64-bit binaries. You are apparently running 32-bit. You can download and manually install the 32-bit version from
I'd be happy to help test and run this on windows 7 x64, if a binary were to be released. I don't have the dev skills to do the port, but I am a software tester and would be happy to run it through its paces.
First builds for 11.0:
Just installed this on my OpenELEC HTPC and it's really nice.

Hitcher Wrote:Just installed this on my OpenELEC HTPC and it's really nice.

Thanks Hitcher! Love your XeeBo skin Wink
Great Work! This is the first Visualisation I really like.
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spiff Wrote:neat. looks like it's just a quad so maybe some helpful chaps in here can port to dx as well..

Meanwhile the number of polygons has grown. Still, it should be a simple task to port this for anyone with a windows PC and some DX knowledge... anyone?
Find 4.0.1 at
This version has also been published in my repo
Glad I stumbled across this... now swapping it in and out with ProjectM.
OpenElec Linux Eden on Zotac machine.

Are there more colors and patterns in the works?
Is it designed to load in data files like ProjectM does that others could create?
Thanks for your positive feedback!

The colors are actually calculated from the music's beat frequency. In a future version, it will be possible to have fixed colors.
Patterns (vector fields) would be relatively easy to add. Any ideas welcome.
Plug-In vector fields would also be possible, but I doubt there would be many contributions.
Is there anything like this for the ATV2?

great job btw!
I have built this on osx, if you interested let me know.. its not too many changes

good work BTW Smile
That would be brilliant. Nowhere near enough visualisations on ATV2
I said osx, not ATV2 Smile

not sure it would build on atv2/ios