Plugins / Re: FPCALC - digital sound analysis« on: May 05, 2020, 09:04:27 AM »
Downloaded and tested, its working, thanks
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I did not copy any settings from KangNi's nor sveakul, just try to see if the app will run, so far i can't see anything. i'm testing it on portable version, would anyone help.
After you performed the install instructions you quoted, what did you do next? In Panels Configuration/Available Elements, the selection "visualiser: graphic" should appear. Grab that selection and drag it left to Bottom Panel or Right Sidebar for example. Then the "Visualiser" panel header/window should show up where you put it. Populate it with the spectrum analyzer by choosing its name "classic" from the View/Visualiser menu as shown below. Then right-click the window for a "Properties" GUI where you can adjust the settings without manually editing the ini. You will need to be using a recent version of MusicBee (3.3.7049.40483+) for this. Here it's working like a charm with MusicBee 3.3.7424 Portable, Windows 10 1909 x64. Rock stable.
I did not copy any settings from KangNi's nor sveakul, just try to see if the app will run, so far i can't see anything. i'm testing it on portable version, would anyone help.What's the point of saying it's not working if you didn't follow the instructions? Sveakul clearly stated to copy his settings. Yes, he -recommends- using his settings, but if it's not working, why ask for help until you -try- his settings. Then if it still doesn't work, ask for help.
1. First put the exe into some non-MusicBee folder, then use 7-Zip to extract it; it will extract it as a folder named vis_classic10;
2. Inside that extracted folder you'll find a subfolder "Plugins". Inside THAT folder, you'll find 2 files and another folder: vis_classic.dll, vis_classic.ini, and the folder vis_classic;
3. Copy those 3 items--vis_classic.dll, vis_classic.ini, and the folder vis_classic--into MusicBee's own Plugins folder. It should then show up in the choice of visualisers after restarting MusicBee.
I would recommend copying either my or KangNi's settings in the posts above so you've got a starting point for future tuning to your own preferences.
If you have more questions, feel free to post them. Enjoy!