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Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #25
This is a really nice plugin, but somehow the mentioned shortkeys under the github page not working in foobar2000.
Right clicking changes the current visualization and it seems only some of the Shift + <key> shortcuts are working too.

Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #26
K33pSm1l1ng
The only thing implemented is right mouse button click - switch to next preset.

Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #27
Thank you for porting this. It works great and looks amazing at 4k. I do have one suggestion if at all possible: to add a hotkey to lock the current visualization. What happens is, I will see a really nice one but then it changes automatically to something not as nice. So a lock feature would be fantastic and greatly appreciated.


Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #29
It works well here.

Hi darkflame23 !
Good to read this)

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Is there a way to transfer my old presets from Schpeck/Winamp Milkdrop to this new ProjectM? How can you access the ProjectM settings etc? Where are the ProjectM presets stored?

Presets are stored here: "C:\Users\<user>\Application Data\foobar2000\user-components\foo_vis_projectM\presets".
I don't know about presets compatibility (are old presets working with current version or not).

Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #30
Thank you for porting this. It works great and looks amazing at 4k. I do have one suggestion if at all possible: to add a hotkey to lock the current visualization. What happens is, I will see a really nice one but then it changes automatically to something not as nice. So a lock feature would be fantastic and greatly appreciated.
Hi vladim1r !) Thanks for feedback!
I'll take this into account when I'll make a new version.

Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #31
Is there any way to increase the sensitivity of the visualizations? I end up with a lot of visualizations that seem to be unaffected by the music at all, or have only a very small effect. Static single-color screens, very small squiggles in the very center of the screen, etc. Many of visuals are very nice, but have very little difference between Pause and Play... :(




Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #35
iridescentaudio, GM_Prod
You can always check official build.
https://store.steampowered.com/app/1358800/projectM_Music_Visualizer/

The last time I tried this it also didn't work, however, after trying it again yesterday an update was downloaded, which included the Microsoft C++ Redistributable. Now it works! So that's progress.
I've since restarted my system and also downloaded a fresh portable copy of the latest foobar2000 for testing, installing only this component. I was optimistic that it would work, but unfortunately it still isn't working. It isn't essential that I use projectM within foobar2000 since it'll pick up sound from foobar2000 either way, but it would be nice to cut out the Steam middleman.

Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #36
however, after trying it again yesterday an update was downloaded, which included the Microsoft C++ Redistributable. Now it works! So that's progress.
C++ runtime is 100% not a reason.

 

Re: foo_vis_projectM

Reply #37
IS THERE A FIX FOR MY PROBLEM? It's been two weeks since I've posted a report.

EDIT: If no, how do I install the Steam version in foobar2000?