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stuartheath
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Port of Winamps AVS

Fri Nov 21, 2014 10:39 am

Hey guys,

Im a big fan of the Winamp AVS (Advanced Visualization Studio), basically a fully programmable audio visualizer. Its not actually in development any more but would be so cool to see it ported to linux and use it on my pi. The source is available so if anyones interested in this project please take a look. If theres one thing xbmc needs, its this plugin.

https://github.com/visbot/vis_avs

Heres some awesome examples: http://acko.net/blog/avs/

Stu

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Re: Port of Winamps AVS

Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:14 am

stuartheath wrote:Hey guys,

Im a big fan of the Winamp AVS (Advanced Visualization Studio), basically a fully programmable audio visualizer. Its not actually in development any more but would be so cool to see it ported to linux and use it on my pi. The source is available so if anyones interested in this project please take a look. If theres one thing xbmc needs, its this plugin.

https://github.com/visbot/vis_avs

Heres some awesome examples: http://acko.net/blog/avs/

Stu
So you are porting this software for the community to use in Raspbian Wheezy or creating a XBMC add-on :?:
Retired disgracefully.....
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stuartheath
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Re: Port of Winamps AVS

Fri Nov 21, 2014 11:22 am

fruitoftheloom wrote:
stuartheath wrote:Hey guys,

Im a big fan of the Winamp AVS (Advanced Visualization Studio), basically a fully programmable audio visualizer. Its not actually in development any more but would be so cool to see it ported to linux and use it on my pi. The source is available so if anyones interested in this project please take a look. If theres one thing xbmc needs, its this plugin.

https://github.com/visbot/vis_avs

Heres some awesome examples: http://acko.net/blog/avs/

Stu
So you are porting this software for the community to use in Raspbian Wheezy or creating a XBMC add-on :?:
I'm wondering if anyone would like to take on the project, I'm just putting the idea out there. Sorry for the misunderstanding :)

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