Featured AVS Preset, March 6, 2003.Featured AVS Preset, March 6, 2003.
blinkenmovies in winamp. you've seen a blinkenlights preset in Heimcomputer before. this is an improved version of that old preset, now covering all 144 windows of the former blinkenlights-building in berlin. the pack contains ten presets, all being based on original blinkenmovies, the authors got their credits within the comments in each preset.Download visualization
|September 15, 2003 by A Guy called Yathosho||37668 downloads|
Staff reviewExtremely original collection
Yathosho does it again with a truly unique AVS collection. This one revolves around the theme of blinking lights on the windows of a building in Berlin. The lights blink different words and animations based on the preset; from Pac Man ghosts, to a labyrinth, to the mind blowing Tetris preset...where you actually see a game of Tetris (complete with rotating, stacking blocks and disappearing lines). This pack may not be as accessible to everyone as the Hybrids collections, but, it's still a great idea and really shows some innovative uses of AVS. Yathosho is definitely pushing the boundaries.
It's pretty neat - It's a pretty neat looking plugin. Works fine for me, no lag on my little system "500Mhz AMD K6-2, ATI Rage IIc, Crystal Audio Sound, 256Megs of Ram" so I don't know what's wrong with Andy's computer or why it'ld lag with all that stuff. I didn't get any lag at all resizing the screen or nuffin. Just low frame rate. - April 16, 2003 by Anthony Douthat
my preset in there :) - Whoo, my All your base Preset made it into the avs preset. Nice work and thx :) - April 3, 2003 by Tom B.
Good Idea! - i really like the idea of blinking lights on a building. it would be cool to see a whole cityscape at night and have the lights blinking on and off every now and then. so it looks like the city is accually alive. it would be cool to see something like that. good work! - March 7, 2003 by Michael David
Poo! - Sorry man but I really don't like this plugin. Maybe it would be cool if it went to the music, and if you could make it bigger. There must be some inefficient code or something, because when I stretched it out, it lagged my computer. I have a Athlon 2600+ 1 gig of DDR 400 that is duel channel because I have a Nforce2 chipset, and I have a Radeon 9700 Pro. My computer sould not be lagged by a plugin like this. - March 6, 2003 by Andy Walling