I look for a cool developer. I will pay some grin-minutes.
I want to have a reliable and accurate way to have a scrolling visualization.
Something like https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spectrogram and what Foobar2000 can do.
This should be able to be fed into a program such as ffmpeg and create a video.
Something like: "avisual --resolution 1080x1920 --framerate 60 --speed 1 --input wave_file.wav | ffmpeg -i pipe:0 -vcodec mpeg4 …
This will help me upload my audio recodings to youtube.
Get a few grin-minutes! Reply here; can use escrow.
Of course, if this project already exists: point me this way!
A Grin Minute is 60 Grin Seconds, where we call a “Grin Second” Grin.
So a “Grin-second” = 1 Grin? This is the first I have heard of such terminology.
How is what you want different than what Foobar2000 can do?
Using a screen-recorder, and playing-real-time from Foobar2000 is of course an option.
I was thinking of an output video stream over a pipe that can be captured by ffmpeg. I wish it to work faster than real-time.
The supply of Grin or emission rate is fixed at 1 grin/sec. Therefore 1 minute of Grin or 1 Grin minute = 60 Grin.