Old 11th October 2001, 04:23   #1
StudioMusic
Major Dude
 
Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: Southern California
Posts: 852
One more

Vivifying Window.milk

[preset00]
fRating=3.000000
fGammaAdj=2.000000
fDecay=0.960000
fVideoEchoZoom=1.006596
fVideoEchoAlpha=1.130000
nVideoEchoOrientation=2
nWaveMode=2
bAdditiveWaves=1
bWaveDots=0
bModWaveAlphaByVolume=1
bMaximizeWaveColor=2
bTexWrap=1
bDarkenCenter=0
bMotionVectorsOn=0
bRedBlueStereo=0
nMotionVectorsX=88
nMotionVectorsY=22
bBrighten=1
bDarken=0
bSolarize=0
bInvert=0
fWaveAlpha=4.099998
fWaveScale=1.421896
fWaveSmoothing=0.900000
fWaveParam=-0.500000
fModWaveAlphaStart=0.910000
fModWaveAlphaEnd=1.300000
fWarpAnimSpeed=3.000000
fWarpScale=1.331000
fZoomExponent=1.000000
fShader=1.000000
zoom=1.990548
rot=0.020000
cx=3.900000
cy=1.500000
dx=0.500000
dy=0.200000
warp=1.898054
sx=1.000000
sy=2.000000
wave_r=0.650000
wave_g=0.950000
wave_b=0.650000
wave_x=0.500000
wave_y=0.550000
ob_size=0.110000
ob_r=0.500000
ob_g=0.500000
ob_b=0.500000
ob_a=0.000000
ib_size=0.010000
ib_r=0.500000
ib_g=0.125000
ib_b=0.500000
ib_a=0.500000
per_frame_1=wave_r = wave_r + 0.350*( 0.20*sin(0.980*time) + 0.40*sin(2.047*time) );
per_frame_2=wave_g = wave_g + 0.350*( 0.20*sin(0.835*time) + 0.40*sin(1.081*time) );
per_frame_3=wave_b = wave_b + 0.350*( 0.20*sin(0.814*time) + 0.40*sin(1.911*time) );
per_frame_4=rot = rot + 0.230*( 0.60*sin(0.381*time) + 0.40*sin(1.579*time) );
per_frame_5=cx = cx + 0.210*( 0.60*sin(0.374*time) + 0.40*sin(0.694*time) );
per_frame_6=cy = cy + 0.310*( 0.60*sin(0.393*time) + 0.40*sin(1.523*time) );
per_frame_7=zoom=zoom+0.05+0.05*sin(time*0.133);
per_frame_8=
per_pixel_1=zoom=(zoom-1.1)*rad+2.0;

SM
Attached Files
File Type: zip vivifying window.zip (789 Bytes, 172 views)
StudioMusic is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 11th October 2001, 05:02   #2
Krash
Major Dude
 
Krash's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2001
Location: Sydney, Australia
Posts: 977
There's some nice things going on here. The effect of the borders generating the wavy vertical lines is cool. Unfortunately, the whole thing is very flickery, and there's little, if any, visible blending of the waveform.

Again, this is me just being harsh, but it's still an opinion =]

Keep working - your standard is definitely getting up there. If anything, I would suggest working with smaller numbers - lower values of rot and zoom, so you can get some less flickery effects.

Keep it up, dude.

- Krash
Krash is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 11th October 2001, 05:32   #3
StudioMusic
Major Dude
 
Join Date: Sep 2001
Location: Southern California
Posts: 852
Krash

Krash, I like the flickering effects. I guess everybody likes different effects. SM
StudioMusic is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 14th October 2001, 22:26   #4
Mashei
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2001
Posts: 15
I'm glad I don't have epilespy . Personally, I feel that effect is a little too intense for close viewing. I can see how it would be incredible on a large screen at club, though. The close-up motion and flickering reminds me of and old movie projector.
Mashei is offline   Reply With Quote
Reply
Go Back   Winamp & Shoutcast Forums > Visualizations > MilkDrop > MilkDrop Presets

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump