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Aeon visualization
Relayerbob
post May 2 2012, 15:02
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This has probably been answered a dozen times, but I can't find the answer. I want to add the visualization plug-in "Aeon" from SoundSpectrum to Foobar. It works fine in (ugh) Windows Media Center, but I can't see how to add it into foobar. I am running 1.1.11 currently, but while I've used foobar for years, have never fooled around with plug-ins before. My guess is it's something simple I'm overlooking, but what little I've found on adjusting skins and what=-not seem either overcomplicated or on older versions that I can't find equivalent screens for.

Anyong able to help? Anyone else running SoundSpectrum products?

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Bob
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Remedial Sound
post May 2 2012, 18:18
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As far as I know the only visualization component that roughly matches what you're looking for is this

http://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_vis_shpeck

which essentially acts as a container/wrapper for Winamp visualizations (AVS) in foobar. In all likelihood someone would need to craft a 3rd party component for these soundspectrum visualizations to work in foobar (since they appear to be proprietary this may be a tall order).

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Relayerbob
post May 2 2012, 19:59
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Hmmm.... little frustrating. The software has the ability to plug into other programs such as WinAmp (which I don't like due to limits on their library folder function or lack thereof), Windows Media, etc. I thought foobar allowed one to attach plugins.Guess I'll continue my search for the perfect player - foobars visualizations are uuuugly.

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dhromed
post May 2 2012, 20:10
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QUOTE (Relayerbob @ May 2 2012, 19:59) *
I thought foobar allowed one to attach plugins.


There is no such thing as a generic plugin. A component built for WMP is not going to work in another player. That's why you need things like shpeck to serve as an adapter.

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foobars visualizations are uuuugly.


The spectrograph looks fine to me wink.gif

Foobar has many, many components, but there's never been a focus on visualization or special looks, as the foobar community at large considers them pointless (exceptions granted. There's still a reason shpeck exists).

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Good luck. Perfect players are as much a myth as generic plugins.

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