Wallpaper Engine

Wallpaper Engine

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Customizable Rainbow Visualizer
   
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Miscellaneous: Approved, Audio Responsive
Type: Web
Rating: Everyone
Genre: Music
Resolution: Other Resolution
Category: Wallpaper
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1.117 MB
Feb 18, 2017 @ 11:45am
Aug 13, 2017 @ 10:37pm
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Customizable Rainbow Visualizer

Description
Music visualizer for you desktop

A rainbow for your desktop based on the music you play!

You can specify most variables like :
- Number of rows
- 'Listen strength'
- Gap size between boxes
- Blur amount
- Fade time
- Enable/Disable reflection
- And more
Popular Discussions View All (3)
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Oct 26, 2017 @ 4:35am
3440x1440 black bar
CosmicDog
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Mar 2 @ 6:59am
Steamworks dependency
supercrazyasian
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Jul 15, 2019 @ 1:37am
Possible to get colours to cycle/rotate along the bar?
chinsteig
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282 Comments
Wagner Jan 24 @ 9:13am 
nice
Gryjlfkagor Jul 22, 2019 @ 11:09pm 
@Arthesian
@Phantom_Gamer22 (ファントムゲーマー22)
@John Wack

I had this problem but it seemed to resolve itself after I switched to a different background that responded to audio and then came back.
IAmTheBatManXIII Jun 21, 2019 @ 6:15am 
Great work, I love it. I especially like that I can put another picture in the background.
BlueBeard Gaming Apr 29, 2019 @ 1:03pm 
I have a secondary portrait monitor, is it possible to flip this 90 degrees so i get more visualization on the portrait monitor?
Andromeda Feb 1, 2019 @ 7:52pm 
@Arthesian

Ahhh, I see. Anyway, thanks for the sick visualizer man.
Arthesian  [author] Nov 19, 2018 @ 12:47am 
@Andromeda. And trust me. I first built it to update whenever a new Audio Data set is supplied by Wallpaper Engine. but the 20FPS experience is far worse :P
Arthesian  [author] Nov 19, 2018 @ 12:47am 
@Andromeda. This is on purpose.

The reason is, that Wallpaper Engine only supplies around 20-25 Audio Updates each second (which would result in 20-25FPS if I would update the wallpaper based on that)

To create a smoother experience. I basically 'remember' the last audio data set, and 'smooth' it to the current one (interpolation).

This way, I can create a visualizer that can render 60FPS (or more), but the trade off is a delay of 1/20th - 1/25th of a sec (~40-50ms).

Sorry for the late response btw.
Andromeda Oct 3, 2018 @ 11:34pm 
Anyone know why there's a little delay in the visualizer? When a sound plays there a milisecond before displaying it, and it's really bugging me
CleVerPanDa Sep 12, 2018 @ 5:51pm 
Loving the visualizer! Was wondering if it was possible to change the individual colors of bars rather than rainbow or solid?