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Old 04-07-2005, 06:53 PM   #1
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When Windows Media Player is Playing, you can chose different visualizations when playing a song......Is there anything close or a way to turn that stuff into a Screensaver..hah...Be sweet....Be sweet to have the one called "Blender".

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Old 04-07-2005, 06:55 PM   #2
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i don't think you can make it into a screen saver, but you can make it go full screen by right clicking on it
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In theory you could. Make it full screen. Hit prt scr. then paste it into to Paint or photoshop. Save it as a jpeg. And set as backround.
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you could make a slide show screen saver of them.
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Tyer the only way is to make it into a slide show but that would take forever if you wanted it nice n smooth
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What about Windows Media Encoder? Doesn't that record anything you want it to? Have that visualization up and running, then start the video recording, then change it to full screen, let it run for a while until you want it to stop, then stop recording, and finally edit it using Windows Movie Maker or something. Would that work?
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yer actually that should work, but its the trouble of doin it all. Why not just have ya standard xp screensaver, hehe
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