Are the Visualizations Beat Sensitive ?????
it depends on which ones you are using some of them yes. (i have downloaded not included in CF)
which ones ???
can you give me names or links ???
Yes... if you have a vis that works with CF, please post a link. The included ones suck (and I didn't even know they don't go to the music... how lame is that?).
I sure wish we could have MilkDrop. It is open-source and has been around for like 7 years and it is still BY FAR the best vis ever made. Watching it when configured to do hard-cuts very often at 1680x1050 is simply breath-taking.
Download WinAmp and MilkDrop, configre Milk Drop, on the settings "transitions" tab, set the edit boxes to 1, 2, 2, .5, 3 and the slider almost all the way to the right at about 5%. Then put on some tunes and watch it full-screen at the highest res your video card can play 30FPS+ at. I don't see how anyone who has seen that could possibly think AVS or any other vis I have ever seen looks half as cool.
I just watched MilkDrop for 5 min. I was thinking about posting a screen-shot, but it would be lame. MilkDrop is all about the fluid-transitions and awesome beat-sensitivity. You can't capture it in a photo. I stongly encorage any one to try out my settings in milk-drop on their PC. ...simply breath-taking!
you can download them from here (98 all of them )
most of them are beat sensitive and i think you will like these guys.
by the way David has posted this link befor but i dont know why no one knows this !!
Can you please point one that IS beat sensitive? I tried a few, and none seams to be Beat Sensitive. I might be doing something wrong...
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