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liquidtrixx3

   0.4  

KDE Sound Application

Score 69%
liquidtrixx3
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  419
Submitted:  Dec 21 2006
Updated:  May 21 2009

Description:

i dont have a clew about distro packaging => will be thankfull for any help. peace :)

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Description:

in this version you can try 3 scenes reacting to the music, either using xmms or amarok.
dont forget to use f1 and use the build in terminal.

1 NOTE:
xmms development libraries, sdl, and libvisual should be installed
(use my installer to detect missing libraries)
And of course a 3d card. i tested this plugin with my geforce 6800GT, and it worx.

gl hf , and pls some comments, either on the installer, cause i want to make a gtk one soon, or on the plugin

or drop me a note on my guestbook if u like what i'm doing or if u have any suggestions.




Changelog:

0.4:
1 Fixes:
fixed the multithredded terminal, now u can gedit and the plugin will not stop reacting to music :)


2 NEW STUFF:
added a 3rd scene, I like it but i'm not quite happy with this till now, so i might change it.

3 TODO:
some work on the terminal,tweaking the 3 scenes and adding other ones, and maybe add vertex and pixel shaders too.


4. NOTE:
It's easy and quick to develop scenes for liquidtrixx
and if u get anjuta, u can use it to open the code the way i done it :)
so i try to post a tutorial on adding own scenes soon.

5 have fun :)



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Older change log
0.3:
added a non multithreded terminal scene
use F1 to activate it.
installer glew checking

0.2:
changes:
optimized cpu usage,
added a 2nd scene
now cycling 1 to 2 and back, with different textures.

0.1:
this is just one scene of liquidtrixx, it's actually more of a first technical demo, so feedback is really welcome.
pls follow my installation walkthrough under the LinuX link on my site.

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credits
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thanx to cubikal for his wall. go visit him pls, he roxx :
http://cubikal.deviantart.com/
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LicenseGPL
Source(liquidtrixx3.tar.gz)
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 Relation to KDE?

 
 by Hyperion on: Dec 21 2006
 
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Can ypu please explain the realtion of ur app to KDE? I couldn't get it out of the description above and from ur HP ... I just saw lots of "WinAmp" words, which is disturbing me ...


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 Re: Relation to KDE?

 
 by th3matr1x on: Dec 21 2006
 
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i think if u have a plugin for amarok does have a relation with kde apps. but maybe im wrong , and if so sorrys :)
on m site there is a linux link where u can download this version of it.
and btw it's a better port of my liquidtrixx for winamp. so that's why u see some links about the winamp app.

cya man


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 Re: Re: Relation to KDE?

 
 by gordin on: Dec 22 2006
 
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I think Hyperion was confused because you set the category to "Accessibility Application".
I have to admit that I didn't noticed what the program is at first, too.


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 Re: Re: Re: Relation

 
 by th3matr1x on: Dec 22 2006
 
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i got it now :)
sorryz, i think i ...
oops
hehe


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 cool

 
 by gordin on: Dec 23 2006
 
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I was able to compile liquidtrixx3 on my gentoo ppc box. I had to install glew first (configure didn't detect the package was missing).
glXGetProcAddressARB is named glXGetProcAddress here (I'm using glew-1.3.3 as this is the latest version marked stable on gentoo, might be that this will work with newer versions, I didn't look further into this, because just deleting "ARB" worked).
There was an error related to jpeglib.h claiming FILE was not defined. I added stdio.h in some header files :-)
Finally it runs in xmms (rather slow, because my box is somewhat old) :-)
How do I get this running with amarok? liquidtrixx3 is not in the list of the visualization plugins... which file must be put where?
Keep on the good work! Good 3d vizualisations are really missing in amarok!


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 Re: cool

 
 by th3matr1x on: Dec 23 2006
 
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since i got the latest gl source files,
there they changed
glXGetProcAddress to glXGetProcAddressARB.
but if it works without the ARB really ok, then it's fine :)
for amarok u actually dont need to make lots of things , besides having libvisual installed, and since amarok can use them, u should see it in the list of plugins.
so please install libvisual under gentoo and then maybe reinstall amarok if it wasen't compiled with libvisual, which i doubt, cause u are using gentoo, and i use also gentoo :)

btw, u seem to have gl skillz :) would be cool if u would give me some ideas :)

u can mail me at contact at liquidtrixx dot org for problems or suggestions


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 sdl not found

 
 by pernambuco on: Dec 26 2006
 
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my distro is kubuntu edgy & this is the error:

checking for sdl... configure: error: Package requirements (sdl) were not met:

No package 'sdl' found

I have installed:

libsdl1.2debian-all
libsdl1.2-dev
gstreamer0.10-sdl

Thaks for the help.


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 Re: sdl not found

 
 by th3matr1x on: Dec 26 2006
 
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hi m8,
i don't know much about ubuntu,

but i guess u should have a look at your
/usr/lib/pkgconfig/ folder

there, you should look for a file called sdl.pc
if it's not there ( this is what i assume)

locate your sdl.pc on your pc and copy it
to /usr/lib/pkgconfig/sdl.pc

i hope this can help


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 very cool

 
 by Superstoned on: May 22 2009
 
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Hey man, this is a very cool visualisation. I was wondering if it works in Amarok 2.x?


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 Re: very cool

 
 by th3matr1x on: May 24 2009
 
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thx man , it should work on amarok too, as i tested it.


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