BeatDrop Music Visualizer
Concept and author : Maxim Volskiy
BeatDrop for Spout
Spout output can be imported into any host program with Spout support or by using the SpoutReceiver FreeframeGL plugin for Freeframe hosts. The visuals will then react to audio generated by the host itself. Find a working application in the "BeatDrop" folder. Search for "SPOUT" to find code changes. More information : see Milkdrop2PcmVisualizer.cpp Revisions : see plugin.cpp. BeatDrop for Spout is licenced under the 3-Clause BSD License.
BeatDrop is a stand-alone implementation of the amazing Milkdrop2 Winamp plug-in.
It lets you experience the stunning visual 2D effects with your music player of choice. No additional configuration steps needed! Just start BeatDrop and play your music.
Use BeatDrop with your favourite
Windows 10, Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 SP1
WASAPI-compatible sound card
DirectX 9 - compatible GPU
DirectX End-User Runtimes (also included in the installer) contains the required 32-bit helper libraries d3dx9_43.dll and d3dx9_31.dll
Special thanks to:
Ryan Geiss and Rovastar (John Baker) official Milkdrop2 source code
oO-MrC-Oo XBMC plugin
Casey Langen milkdrop2-musikcube
Matthew van Eerde loopback-capture
and all the preset authors!
Sunny March 29, 2015 at 11:06 pm
Hi. Just wondering is this open source? I'm looking for something like this for my school project.
Maurits [MSFT] March 30, 2015 at 8:35 am
@Sunny do with the source as you like.
All changes in this repository to the original Matthew's code are published either under the terms of BSD license or the license provided by original author.
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