Old 21st March 2002, 12:37   #1
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3 mods....

.. and hopefully more on the way soon. Just throwing around a few effects from Rova's latest preset pack....
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Old 23rd March 2002, 17:13   #2
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Just for you dude

I have taken a look at your last mods the march 22 and 23 mods, I like them all the only thing i find is a lack of color but other then that there nice mods.

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Old 24th March 2002, 01:26   #3
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Thanks Fvese. Will take a look at your other ones now....

Regarding the colour thing, this may be blindingly obvious, but can someone tell me what they mean? Rova said in another post "of course you know how to change the colours", but this is done in the per_frame code isn't it? Where you set wave_r = sin (0.345 * x) or whatever? I didn't use this at all in my most recent mods, so if someone would explain this (although I know it's probably insanely basic) that would be good.

Can someone at least do a mod and post the code that they're talking about so I can understand??
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Old 24th March 2002, 03:01   #4
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Simple way

a simple way to get color is to set it too the music like so

wave_r=bass;
wave_g=treb;
wave_b=mid;

or use bass_att and so on

what that does is takes the bass for example and set the color depending on how much bass is going on in the song.
and so on with the others

i tend to stick to a standard set up it works for me.

per_frame_1=wave_r = wave_r + 0.350*( 0.60*sin(0.823*time) + 0.40*sin(0.916*time) );
per_frame_2=wave_g = wave_g + 0.350*( 0.60*sin(0.900*time) + 0.40*sin(1.023*time) );
per_frame_3=wave_b = wave_b + 0.350*( 0.60*sin(0.808*time) + 0.40*sin(0.949*time) );

hope you undestand this. If not dont feal bad neither did I at first.

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Old 24th March 2002, 10:04   #5
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OK, now I just feel like an idiot Obviously I am well aware of how to change colours, I thought you guys were talking about something else.

I just watched the colour change in all my presets, but didn't think about the fact that all the colours & and colour changes would be identical. As mentioned in another post, updated versions are on the way in a new post, called "New Presets (w/colour cycling)".
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Old 24th March 2002, 16:58   #6
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Read both posts

I didnt think you where stupid
Just wanted to make sure you knew what we where talking about.

any how if you find a preset with colors you like you can always use CTRL-V to cut and paste in milkdrop.

time to work on some new presets.

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