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kostyap
08-18-07, 02:47 AM
Ok. It is not a game but music visualizer that uses pixel shaders to generate real-time visuals that dance to the tune of your music. If you happen to have good videocard 7900 GT and up (8800 will work better) you can download and try it. http://www.exsotron.com/exs_files/ExVisSetup.exe. I am very interested in your opinions and feedback. Home page for the product is http://www.exsotron.com/

ASUSEN7900GTX
08-18-07, 03:23 AM
iŽll give it a try

Cool thing i must say and i guess one has to buy the full verison to get a bunch of stuff

it is pretty demanding 25-31fps is what i get with my 8800GTS 640mb

kostyap
08-18-07, 04:04 AM
iŽll give it a try

it is pretty demanding 25-31fps is what i get with my 8800GTS 640mb

Actually if you right click on screen and call main menue you can then click button that removes FPS limit. on you card it should be between 40-60 depending on preset. Each preset stays one minute and then changes.

KasuCode
08-18-07, 05:08 AM
I get a solid 60-61fps with a 2900xt.

kostyap
08-18-07, 05:18 AM
I get a solid 60-61fps with a 2900xt.

That is expected. 2900 has more pixel processing power then 8800 and I use nothing but pixel shaders to generate visuals. Did you like what you saw anyways?

KasuCode
08-18-07, 05:39 AM
Yea it looks nice. But I can only get my mic to work with the feedback. Only my mic recording controls show up in the settings. I dont have a stereo input or option to actually work off my music. Any ideas?

kostyap
08-18-07, 05:53 AM
Yea it looks nice. But I can only get my mic to work with the feedback. Only my mic recording controls show up in the settings. I dont have a stereo input or option to actually work off my music. Any ideas?

Unfortunately some divers/cards do not include functionality to record from wave output. More likely however is that you all you have to do is go to your your "Control Panel\Sound and Audio Devices properties\Volume\Device Volume\Advanced\Options" in Control Panel and enable all lines in "recording controls". Vista disables it by default

crainger
08-18-07, 06:42 AM
Solid 60FPS here. PC in sig.

Pretty neat little vis. Pretty stable to, rare for external visualisations in Vista.

ASUSEN7900GTX
08-18-07, 09:50 AM
now i get 76-80fps

rudedog
08-18-07, 09:53 AM
Im at 60/61 as well

system and card in sig

LT.Schaffer
08-18-07, 12:44 PM
60/61 Here aswell:) Using System in Sig.