The AVS is the Advanced Viualization Studio
, by Nullsoft
, the makers of Winamp
. In fact, if you insert the right coordiantes, values and colors, you can make something so trippy
even your grandmother would be proud of you. Lets say, a simple, yet magically trippy bumpmapped
render, can be made like this:
- 1 Winamp
- 1 Advanced Visualization Studio, prefferably the newest available.
- Some good music, each with its own differences, e.g, heavy bass, sharp synth and so on.
Make a blank AVS, by removing all the current gizmo
s, and clearing the window of activity. Then, make a simple render, currently under "Render
" -> "Simple
". When in the window, change color to your liking, and change it to "Oscilliscope". Now, make a "Trans
" -> "Fadeout
", which makes the frames fade into a specified color. (By now you would have a scope, dancing along to whichever song you are playing). Then, add "Trans
" -> "Bump
" for the bumpmapping. Make sure the "Frame:
and the "Init:"
Leave "Beat:" blank. Set Blend mode to "Replace", and turn "Fadeout" up to half up the scale. If you did it right you should have an example of what the AVS looks like.