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    that future is not implement yet in Media Portal.
    not enough for Milk :)

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    Using rich76 files from post #80 and set "upmix stereo to 5.1" in MP config as Baron of L/S suggests and it's working, go's with the beat and song name appear.
     
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    Hi Emil,

    as you know, i can#t do any Addon / Plugin for MP, since Milkdrop needs to render to it's own Parent Window.
    If it is implemented as plugin, then we still have the MP Main window as parent, which "steals" away the cycles.
    I need to have an external App for that.

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    iirc, there is no way to render to a DC, which i would need to do OSD like information.
    So we can only display, what the pkugin is offering.

    With Sonique Vis, we are able to render our own OSD on Top of it.
     
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    Hello Helmut
    yes i understand that ..
    and it is difficult to handle the
    when i can do any then contact me...

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    As this thread is entitled "Visualisations in 1.2Beta", I would like to point out that G-Force3.7.1 works perfectly as viz in MP, including pulsing to the beat.

    You need Winamp installed so you can get the necessary file from its program folder Winamp\plugins, file is viz_g-force.dll. which needs to be moved to the MP\plugins folder.

    Sorry to step on your toes bassfan, but this is to point out that this viz will work correctly in MP.

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    oopps i will not make any trouble here...
    the question of many user is Milk not viz_g-force.dll
    which render on DC directly and MP has the source code directly implement from it..

    is normal that this work without any problem..

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    Me too heh heh :D

    Just as a side note, saying that G-Force pulses to the beat, is like comparing chalk to cheese against superior graphics of milk2.

    Me, my daughter and her boyfriend spent over a hour switching between MP's GUI with milkdrop as viz and winamp and no one could tell the difference playing the same tunes, so really not sure myself whats wrong if anything.

    Beat seems to show up more when there are distinct lines or pulses of lines, as in the starburst effect, which g-force has abundantly more of, which of course makes it more noticeable.

    By the way anyone using g-force needs to select g-force, not g-force winamp under visualisation, just to clarify.

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    No problems here about going a little OT - all are welcome to pitch in :)
    This sounds lots like it's going somewhere though - GREAT!! :D

    (I too have no problem losing the little display)
     
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    So, when I turned on "upmix to 5.1" I get a visible pulse in Milkdrop as well. The signal, however got so loud into my receiver that I got distortion (until I turned the volume down in MediaPortal). So I still have some tweaking left. If more people that lack the "beat pulse" effect in Milkdrop try to enable the upmix option maybe that's it?

    Cheers
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