Old 16th January 2006, 20:42   #1
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On Screen Visualization

hello all
I'm a DJ and use winamp for my work.
I bought LCD screens for my wirk and I need a little help.
how can I configure the visualization window so on the LCD screens I see fullscreen of the visualizator plug-in and in the laptop I can work while the visualization window is in the back?
I will be very greatfull to you If you can help me..
my personal mail is: batel_l@hotmail.com or you can answer here. PLEASE HELP
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Old 16th January 2006, 23:42   #2
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Hi betush22,

- set up your LCD as a second screen (Extended desktop)
- best to make set it as small as possible (640x480, or maybe 800x400 if you're feeling confident)
- start winamp and AVS
- resize the AVS window to be as big as you've set your LCD screen
- drag it over so it completely covers your second screen

Voila!
Don't forget to tell all your friend about AVS.
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Old 17th January 2006, 14:00   #3
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Thank you!
It helped a lot!!!
tell me, maybe you know of a program that can do it from the outside?
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Old 17th January 2006, 14:13   #4
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Does what from the outside?
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Old 17th January 2006, 14:19   #5
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when I congifured the screen to 800X400 all of my vidioes and screensaver ran out of the computer screen to the side.
Do you know of a program that you dont have to change the settings and it works anyway? (so the computer works normally)
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Old 17th January 2006, 14:31   #6
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Maybe you can make a screenshot, so we can see what your problem is.
Else try looking here:

Searching

Reading the FAQ

Checking out the tutorials
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Old 17th January 2006, 14:34   #7
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thank you very much
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Old 17th January 2006, 18:13   #8
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You have discovered AVS, that is wonderful, AVS can offer hours of fun and amazement, it is a fun tool to play with and it is a great thing to watch at while you play your favourite music.

However you have asked a AVS related question that has been asked & answered several times before. Here in the AVS forums we respect and value such skills as:

Searching
Simply put: Search before you post, you might have already seen the bold red letters above the posting window, or you might have missed them for some reason, maybe red isn't a striking or alarming color to you. By searching for the answer you're looking for, you will get the answer you want immediately, instead of posting a question that has been posted before and waiting for a reply which usually takes several hours, sometimes even days to get and it might not even be a reply you will appreciate.

Reading the FAQ
If you didn't know, FAQ stands for: Frequently Asked Questions, it simply is a list of questions and answers to questions that over the long period of time have been asked multiple times. Since answering these questions each time they are asked can get boring and time wasting, we prefer usually not to answer them directly, but rather point you to the FAQ, where a pre-written and descriptive answer can be read. The FAQ explains the situation and solution much better than a quick reply by someone else.

Checking out the tutorials
Striving to be an AVS artist? That is wonderful. Have a question about how to make something in AVS? Before you post this question it is recommended and expected by other AVS artists that you read the AVS tutorials enlisted here, before you post your question. The tutorials are a wonderful source created by long time AVS artists to learn the basics and sometimes even the more complex features of AVS. Realize that since this is a hobby for most of us, no one is going to hold your hand and teach you AVS from ground up. Believe it or not, but all of us have learned AVS by ourselves, some of the people who have been AVS artists for years didn't even have these wonderful tutorials at disposal and we had to learn everything by experimenting! You are indeed lucky to have such great resources available to you, use them well and wisely, but most importantly read them before you ask.

Remember these guidelines and you should have no problems in your AVS future. And welcome to the AVS forums

- Winamp AVS team

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Old 18th January 2006, 00:06   #9
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Listen, I have a question that needs an answer and it would be great if i could get it soon. Can I download a plug in for winamp like AVS and be able to use it in Windows Media Center. Under My Music i can watch a visual but i can only use the ones that come with MP 10 and i know winamp is much better and would love to use it in Media Center. Thanks...
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Old 18th January 2006, 01:45   #10
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You have discovered AVS, that is wonderful, AVS can offer hours of fun and amazement, it is a fun tool to play with and it is a great thing to watch at while you play your favourite music.

However you have asked a AVS related question that has been asked & answered several times before. Here in the AVS forums we respect and value such skills as:

Searching
Simply put: Search before you post, you might have already seen the bold red letters above the posting window, or you might have missed them for some reason, maybe red isn't a striking or alarming color to you. By searching for the answer you're looking for, you will get the answer you want immediately, instead of posting a question that has been posted before and waiting for a reply which usually takes several hours, sometimes even days to get and it might not even be a reply you will appreciate.

Reading the FAQ
If you didn't know, FAQ stands for: Frequently Asked Questions, it simply is a list of questions and answers to questions that over the long period of time have been asked multiple times. Since answering these questions each time they are asked can get boring and time wasting, we prefer usually not to answer them directly, but rather point you to the FAQ, where a pre-written and descriptive answer can be read. The FAQ explains the situation and solution much better than a quick reply by someone else.

Checking out the tutorials
Striving to be an AVS artist? That is wonderful. Have a question about how to make something in AVS? Before you post this question it is recommended and expected by other AVS artists that you read the AVS tutorials enlisted here, before you post your question. The tutorials are a wonderful source created by long time AVS artists to learn the basics and sometimes even the more complex features of AVS. Realize that since this is a hobby for most of us, no one is going to hold your hand and teach you AVS from ground up. Believe it or not, but all of us have learned AVS by ourselves, some of the people who have been AVS artists for years didn't even have these wonderful tutorials at disposal and we had to learn everything by experimenting! You are indeed lucky to have such great resources available to you, use them well and wisely, but most importantly read them before you ask.

Remember these guidelines and you should have no problems in your AVS future. And welcome to the AVS forums

- Winamp AVS team

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