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container.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
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i2cinterface.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
linear.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
maskfactory.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
meter.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
meterfactory.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
meterutil.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
needlefactory.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
peppymeter.py Durer Edition Jan 26, 2019
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screensavermeter.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018
serialinterface.py Durer Edition Jan 26, 2019
vumeter.py Vermeer Edition May 28, 2018

README.md

Durer Edition 2018.01.26

New features:

  • Fixed 'Display' output. If disabled it will be possible to output signal to a hardware only. No UI will be displaied in this case.
  • Added 'PWM' output. It will allow to use LEDs and gas tubes as a hardware VU Meters.

El Greco Edition 2018.11.12

New features:

  • Added new native resolution 800x480px

Goya Edition 2018.10.14

New features:

  • Modified named pipe data source to leverage peppyalsa ALSA plugin instead of file ALSA plugin

Vermeer Edition 2018.05.28

New features:

  • Added new native resolution 320x240px
  • Redesigned volume data extraction from named pipe
  • Handling of data input from different audio players through ALSA file plugin
  • Implemented support for output to Serial Interafce and I2C interface

Michelangelo Edition 2016.09.05

PeppyMeter is a software VU Meter written in Python. It was originally developped as the new 'VU Meter' screensaver for Peppy Player. With minor modifications it became a stand-alone application. PeppyMeter gets audio data from media players (e.g. mpd) via fifo and displays current volume level in a Graphical User Interface in a form of traditional VU Meter.

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