TwistedPixel Visualization for Windows Media Player

TwistedPixel Visualization for Windows Media Player

Free
As the name suggest, it is a nice looking visualization plugin for WMP
4.4  (9 votes)
2.1
2.0 (See all)

TwistedPixel is a visualization plugin for Windows Media Player that uses the system's graphics card to produce stunning 3D visualizations. On the software front, it uses Microsoft's Direct3D to produce flowing images in reaction to music. The visualization is very well synchronized with the beats. There are around 100+ presets that come pre installed with this plugin, in fact, you can also write a preset of your own very easily. The visualization is very similar to the Milkdrop visualization plugin present in Winamp. This version of TwistedPixel now has direct support for Milkdrop files and presets. You can also customize it using a number of settings available. While the visualization is running you can change different aspects of the visualization using a number of keyboard shortcuts. This version provides a better transition between the presets with a much improved beat detection. It also has a better support for motion vectors. It shows the song title with a little animation. It is a nice plugin to have.

Vineet Sharma
Editor rating:

Review summary

Pros

  • Free
  • Supports Winamp Milkdrop files
  • Nice customization Option

Cons

  • None

Related stories

See all
Get the Creators Update for your Windows 10
Get the Creators Update for your Windows 10
Windows 10's Creators Update will bring new privacy settings
Windows 10's Creators Update will bring new privacy settings
Hello Creators Update, goodbye Windows Vista
Hello Creators Update, goodbye Windows Vista
Make Internet Explorer 11 the default Windows browser
Make Internet Explorer 11 the default Windows browser
Windows Insider introduces a Power Throttling feature
Windows Insider introduces a Power Throttling feature

SI comments

Thank you for rating the program!
Please add a comment explaining the reasoning behind your vote.
1 comment
Your vote:
Guest

Guest it runs milk files, tis nice

Reply   |   Was it helpful? yes | no (0)

Facebook comments

Info updated on: