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Impulse - PulseAudio visualizer

   0.5.5  

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Impulse - PulseAudio visualizer
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Impulse - PulseAudio visualizer
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Impulse - PulseAudio visualizer
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  58469
Submitted:  Feb 14 2009
Updated:  Dec 12 2010

Description:

Impulse is a bit of eye-candy for your desktop. It is a widget that displays a graphical spectrum analyzer on your gnome desktop. It is written in c and python and uses GTK and cairo graphics to generate the animation. the impulse library creates a pulse audio connection context that reads the output stream from pulseaudio in a thread natively which can then be read from python. You can specify impulse to either output the raw stream or output the fft of the raw stream.


Requires:
screenlets 1.2
libfftw3-3
libpulse0


Install:
1) Download and extract Impulse.tar.bz2
2) mv Impulse ~/.screenlets/
then open up the screenlets manager and start Impulse or open screenlets manager and click Install, navigate to the Impulse.tar.bz2 archive and click ok.




Changelog:

Impulse 0.5.5
Fixed issue cause by latest Ubuntu update and added ability to change the audio source. Also updated the default theme.

Impulse 0.5.0
New structure. Themes now editable.

Impulse 0.2.4
Fixed screenlet menu bug and use a smarter way to identifying the pa monitor source.

Impulse 0.2.2
Added new screenlet themes

Impulse 0.2.0
Project is under a new name, Impulse. Now natively captures PulseAudio output source

Spectrolet 0.1.4:
Switched from ESOUND to Pulseaudio

Spectrolet 0.1.2:
Now preforms an fft on the audio stream

Spectrolet 0.1.0:
Now uses gtk.main correctly










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 Jaunty

 
 by Vytelo on: May 13 2009
 
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It works really well in Jaunty Jackalope. It's really interesting screenlet :)


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 by cypherpunk on: May 14 2009
 
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DUDE .. this software DEFINES coolness .. very well done thank-you !! I love how you have made it as un-obtrusive as possible (like still being able to interact with other apps while being on top)

One feature that you may want to implement is being able to show the screenlet on demand when it detects a media player being launched.

Thanks once again for this excellent cool software !!


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 Awesome

 
 by seeminglee on: May 15 2009
 
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Admittedly I was looking for the 'other' kind of visualizer which works with pulseaudio but came across yours instead. It works great - now you've got me installing my first permanent screenlet to stay. Interestingly I find it oddly beneficial as its subtle pulses combined with trance from headphones brings much encouraging support to late working hours. Best of all, it take ambient interface onto a completely different level - the zero foot-print brings ambient interface onto a whole new level while I do not feel an ounce of GUI space taken away from me - thus becoming the first screenlet that I use...

Kudos!


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 great screenlet

 
 by mixman2009 on: May 19 2009
 
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This is really awesome
works great and smooth
but I really have problem with the original theme. every time i restart my computer I have to change the blue colour to white. how can I make it white permanently.


thank you in advance


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 questions

 
 by fipi3 on: May 25 2009
 
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This is an amazing screenlet. But I have a few questions.
I too have the problem of the colors not sticking after a restart, except in the default theme. Can I make the colors permanent in the other themes, or is this a bug?
Also, I launched 4 impulse screenlets, but I want to remove one of them. Of course, I can quit one. But after I restart screenlets there are 4 again. Any way to permanently remove the 4th one?
Thanks for this screenlet! It's one of my favorites.


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 Re: questions

 
 by ianimal on: May 25 2009
 
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The colors can be made permanent, and you can remove already running impulses. These are not bugs with impulse but with screenlets. I have hacked a way to support customization by theme since they are all so different, global customization doesn't make sense. I would quit all four, then start them again. Whenever you select a different theme you have to close the options window before you try and edit the colors.


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 Re: Re: questions

 
 by fipi3 on: May 25 2009
 
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Ok thanks, I got it set up the right way now.


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 thanks

 
 by ianimal on: May 25 2009
 
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btw, thank you all for your appreciative comments of my work! I'm glad its being enjoyed.


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