Madrigal is a network-controlled real time music visualization program (i.e. VJing software). The project consists of a server that runs on the computer recording the audio, rendering and displaying the visualization, and a GTK2 client (with a hildonized version available for the Nokia 770) that is used to organize visualizations and switch betwee
· A supported accelerated graphics card is strongly recommended
Edit client/Makefile, server/Makefile and server/libprojectM/Makefile to fit your configuration. In client/Makefile, you can choose the Nokia 770-friendly GUI. Then, type "make" in the client/ and server/ directories.
They are independent - so you can compile each part on the computer it will be run on (therefore you don't need GTK on the server and accelerated graphics libraries on the client).
Untar the sample config in the home directory of the user that will run the server, launch the server, then the client passing the IP address or hostname of the server as parameter (default is localhost).
1. only one client can be connected at a time
there is no authentication, anyone can connect to the server. This is meant to be 2. used in "closed" environments, where only trusted users are on the network, so this shouldn't be a problem.
3. all the changes you make with the client are stored on the server, so you can switch clients as you wish.