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Palace is a nifty visualization plugin for XMMS.




Palace is a nifty visualization plugin for XMMS. Palace plugin works by reading the Fourier frequency analysis given by XMMS, and activating particular pins on the parallel port based on the frequency analysis and configuration options.

Palace is based on the XPLSISNJASP software project. For examples of hardware useful with Palace, see Discolitez or e-mail me at the e-mail address in the README file from the latest Palace version.

What will Palace become?

Palace is currently an XMMS plugin to control a light show connected to the parallel port. The eventual goal of palace is to provide a generic device control infrastructure for hobby (and possibly commercial) use. Over time Palace will be transitioned to a fully modular design, so that clients (applications trying to control something) and servers (libraries that act as an interface to an actual device) will be able to interact through a generic plug-in interface.

Palace's first goal is to become an XMMS parallel port light show plugin at least as good as the DiscoLitez ( light show plugin for WinAmp, and then evolve into a full-fledged control system.

Possible server plugins would include:

DMX-512 output to control professional lighting equipment
Laser/stepper motor
Parallel port
Generic DAC

Possible client plugins would include:

XMMS visualization plugin
Security system control software
Other automation software



What's New in This Release:

Fixed reverse channel order configuration option
Fixed stepper speed configuration option (it was getting set incorreclty when the configuration dialog was opened)
Fixed a couple of crashes related to invalid LPT addresses
Port output now works when the Draw Graphics option is disabled
Last updated on April 18th, 2006

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