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    Smile Visu with winamp 5.58

    On the councils of JohnWPB, i use now the last winamp version (5.58) with RR.

    And now the visu is very well embedded ! It's very cool .


    But, with my WebRadio script, the levels stay always down .


    I think that it's because the player is not winamp but Internet Explorer.

    It's an IE object in fact.
    Code:
    $oIE = _IECreate ( $_YoutubeSearch, 0, 0, 1 )
    Is it possible to configure RR for that ?

    Thanks

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    Is your webradio an Internet Explorer Link that you're opening? If so, you'll need to find a visu plugin that uses the level from the soundcard output... there are only a few that do that, most of the visu plugins for winamp take the audio output of winamp alone for the visualizations.
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    Do you know some winamp's plugin that accept that ?

    If i understand , it's a winamp issu ? I use often the DFx4 AVS plugin . Is it possible to modified it ?

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    I know there was one called G-Force that did that, but seems to be paid software now.
    This can probably be done using the line-in plugin and selecting "what u hear" as source of recording on the sound card -- but it may get complex if you have an audio input in the line in already (i.e. Sirius, etc).
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    Quote Originally Posted by guino View Post
    I know there was one called G-Force that did that, but seems to be paid software now.
    This can probably be done using the line-in plugin and selecting "what u hear" as source of recording on the sound card -- but it may get complex if you have an audio input in the line in already (i.e. Sirius, etc).
    line-in plugin ? where i found that ?

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    Ok, i understand, you speak about the 'line-input' winamp plugin !

    I have installed the 1.8 version.
    Do i set something into winamp to use it or i must just to install it !

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    I wonder what the setting should be in windows 7. There is not a what-u-hear option there.

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