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Forum: MilkDrop 13th May 2004, 01:17
Replies: 58
Views: 35,143
Posted By Entropy42
Re: Mac OSX Port PLEASE!

Haven't heard anything yet, but there isn't much preventing it from being ported over to OSX. As projectM's site mentions, almost everything but the XMMS glue is cross-platform. (Well, at least...
Forum: MilkDrop Presets 14th April 2004, 00:11
Replies: 54
Views: 25,502
Posted By Entropy42
At least in that case, you have an integer...

At least in that case, you have an integer ambiguity, which can be resolved if you have enough information.

In the worst case your guess for the tempo is a power of 2 times the actual beat. ...
Forum: MilkDrop 9th April 2004, 00:37
Replies: 58
Views: 35,143
Posted By Entropy42
Yeah, I meant to say (and edited) that the...

Yeah, I meant to say (and edited) that the evaluator operates once per mesh point.

At least from the looks of per_pixel_eqn.c, calculations are done on a mesh point by mesh point basis, and only...
Forum: MilkDrop 8th April 2004, 23:34
Replies: 58
Views: 35,143
Posted By Entropy42
Yup, taking a closer look at the presets...

Yup, taking a closer look at the presets indicates it seems to be related to the number/complexity of per-pixel equations.

The one thing I can't figure out are those wicked fast 90fps 0% CPU...
Forum: MilkDrop Feature Requests 8th April 2004, 17:01
Replies: 1
Views: 1,465
Posted By Entropy42
Re: Mildrop platforms

Interesting timing.

MilkDrop itself for Linux/XMMS - People have been asking for years, it's not going to happen. Neither is a source release.

But check the "general" MilkDrop forum - Two guys...
Forum: MilkDrop 8th April 2004, 16:46
Replies: 37
Views: 14,580
Posted By Entropy42
In theory they should still work if you're...

In theory they should still work if you're colorblind.

In fact, it may even work better, since what is important is not the colors (which can be distracting), but which image is seen by which eye....
Forum: MilkDrop 8th April 2004, 15:41
Replies: 58
Views: 35,143
Posted By Entropy42
Actually I'm not. I'm the same person that...

Actually I'm not. I'm the same person that emailed you. :) I mainly posted the feature for the benefit of others, since I'd already mentioned it to you.

Running 0.92 now, it rocks. (Note to...
Forum: MilkDrop 8th April 2004, 01:27
Replies: 58
Views: 35,143
Posted By Entropy42
For those who want a preliminary form of VJ mode,...

For those who want a preliminary form of VJ mode, insert the following line just before SDL_Init() in main.c :

setenv("DISPLAY",":0.0",1);

Where :0.0 is replaced with whatever X display you...
Forum: MilkDrop 7th April 2004, 00:56
Replies: 58
Views: 35,143
Posted By Entropy42
This is the greatest news I have seen in a long...

This is the greatest news I have seen in a long time.

I was just trying to get MilkDrop running via xmms-winamp and... It wasn't pleasant.

I'm now upgrading SDL on my RedHat box to try and get...
Forum: MilkDrop 30th August 2001, 01:13
Replies: 4
Views: 3,196
Posted By Entropy42
I know of the application-sharing capabilities of...

I know of the application-sharing capabilities of Netmeeting, but that's very rudimentary. You can only share applications that are displaying on the local display also.

Same goes for VNC.

In...
Forum: MilkDrop 1st August 2001, 19:04
Replies: 4
Views: 3,196
Posted By Entropy42
Well, what you say about calculating the X-Y...

Well, what you say about calculating the X-Y velocity and stretch for only a small matrix and using a weighted average to get the velocity/stretch for other pixels helps a bit, but this doesn't help...
Forum: MilkDrop 24th July 2001, 02:12
Replies: 4
Views: 3,196
Posted By Entropy42
I'm insanely curious - What sort of rendering...

I'm insanely curious - What sort of rendering technique are you using to do this? MilkDrop is the second plugin I've ever seen that used 3D hardware acceleration (with the exception of the...
Forum: MilkDrop 23rd July 2001, 18:08
Replies: 37
Views: 14,580
Posted By Entropy42
Shutter-style glasses.

I've been attempting to get the regular presets to work with the shutter-style glasses that came with my Asus V6800 Deluxe, but so far, no dice.

I could've overwritten the drivers with NVidia...
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