View Full Version : How do I make a streaming audio/video for my visualization?
20th July 2005, 10:19
I would very much like to know how I could set my winamp
up to do streaming video of my G-Force visualization plugin
and the audio from winamp at the same time. Preferably in
I would like someone to tell me exacly what I need to do it with, where to get it from (download links), and step
by step instructions that even I can understand...lol
Please try to make it simple is all I'm saying.
I also would like some information about what it takes to
make it so that people can view it from the medai library
internet tv lists. Does it cost money? Do I need my own
I just got my peercast to work so I'm new to all of this.
I have looked on this forum but all I saw was stuff for how
you play movies or cameras but I just want to broadcast my
visualizer with audio. I hope I'm not asking too much.
20th July 2005, 16:21
looking for something like this?
20th July 2005, 17:01
Yeah, what do I need to make something like that?
Please tell me all the details.
20th July 2005, 19:30
i would like to know to.
20th July 2005, 20:08
If you didn't want to drop money on software:
Windows Media Encoder's screen capture can capture the visualization window. I've only tried this with AVS. You might have to tweak the overlay mode to make it work.
NSV tools will convert wmv. It won't have the titles like ravetrax's solution. A more crude and free solution is to use Slavas's NSV editor and mux subtitles into the nsv.
No matter what tools you use, screen capturing is gonna be pretty slow.
20th July 2005, 20:58
i posted all this a long time ago... maybe it can help you.
20th July 2005, 23:38
Well that's pretty vague to me. I need to know what all the settings and stuff are and where to get all that stuff from (links). And I don't really need to do the black box you got with all the info covering up the visualization.
Remember I'm new to this so if you could have a little patience and give me more details that would be mighty nice of ya.
But if ya just don't have the time I understand. I see that you are running alotta channels and stuff. They look pretty cool too btw.
20th July 2005, 23:45
no offence, but google can be your best freind here.
i listed all the software i used in that article. most of which is fairly common. as for setting, alot of it is trial and error till you find what your looking for.
from what i can tell, you will need the tech smith’s camtasia studio and g-force, however be careful because g-force does have limits on using there software. make sure to check with them on that one.
i'd reccomend vp6.2 on a 20+ fps rate. and i guess whatever audio rate your using. our backend visuals is running 96k aac+ with g-force running 20 fps and is sucking up about 75% of the cpu on a p4 2.6 with 1gb of ramm.
and the visuals are not really covered, thats the size they where meant to be, you see the full asspect, its just not square...
hope some of this might help.
21st July 2005, 00:51
Ok well I got the camtasia studio,g-force, and vp6.2.
But I'm not sure how ya hook them all together. I got NSV tools too but I don't know if I need them.
I can tell tho that my pc isn't gonna be able to keep up with yers. I only got a 1.2ghz smelleron with 512mb ramm. Not the best set up to be sure, but I'm workin on gettin something better.
So how do I capture the G-Force window? I've tried it with the camtasia recorder but it just wants to record it. Then what do i hook up next?
And thanks for taking the time to explain all this to me.
21st July 2005, 14:56
here is a breif explaination.
winamp runs, g-force plays, camtasia captures g-force in LIVE mode. nsvtools graps video from camtasia live source, and the audio from the sound card which the audio is coming from winamp. nsv streams to server, clients tune in.
anything more than that, and you need to play around and figuer it out. as thats what i had to do.
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