VSA is a visual sound analyzer (eye candy to go along with audio) for GNOME and EsounD.
Version: 0.9.7vsa is a visual sound analyzer (eye candy to go along with audio) for GNOME and EsounD. vsa supports layering any number of visualization, background or filter plug-ins, in any order.
Operating System: Linux
vsa - the application version
vsa_applet - the GNOME panel applet
After installation vsa should be accessible from the gnome menu under Multimedia -> Visual Sound Analyzer and the applet, panel -> Add applet -> Multimedia -> Visual Sound Analyzer.
Fullscreen mode requires a 320x240 mode line in your XF86Config file. Unless you have a very fast machine (faster than 450 mhz) modes higher than 320x240 are not recommended. But of course you can set the frame rate lower if you really want to use a higher resolution.
To add a plugin to the display list, drag it from the list of available plugins to the display list. You can channge the order by drag & dropping plugins around. To configure a plugin, double click on the plugin name in the display list, to see more information about a plugin, double click on the name in the available plugins list. To delete a plugin from the display list, just drag it back to the available plugins list.
What's New in This Release:
· Release version 0.9.7
· Added non-DGA fullscreen mode