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#1 James Rose

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 15:20

Hello gang,

 

I am working on the next version of my app Bedia: http://www.blissgig....play.aspx?id=13 as a Windows 8 Store app.  I would like to have audio visualizations but so far my searching for code or dll, paid or otherwise, to allow this only works for Windows desktop.

 

Any thoughts?



Best Answer James Rose , 01 November 2013 - 14:02

Found this code last night and it looks like what I am going to need.  http://code.msdn.mic...h-real-c4413a30

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#2 OP James Rose

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 14:02   Best Answer

Found this code last night and it looks like what I am going to need.  http://code.msdn.mic...h-real-c4413a30



#3 Eric

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 21:51

Nice find! That gives me an idea... :p



#4 Riva

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Posted 01 November 2013 - 21:53

Please tell me you are doing a proper media playback application :D



#5 OP James Rose

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 03:20

Please tell me you are doing a proper media playback application :D

 

You're going to have to define "proper".

 

I am making the next version of my app Bedia (free here: http://www.blissgig....play.aspx?id=13 )

 

I'm happy to entertain ideas, but so you know the main use for this is as a media player on your tv.  The idea is that a wireless mouse is your remote.  The fact that the mouse does not have to have a line-of-site like most remotes has been great, and also not having to figure out which button on the remote does what in a dark room (Bedia shows the commands on the tv)

 

I have been using Bedia for about 2 years as my primary media player in the bedroom, and often in the living room.