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Infinity Plugin

Infinity is a visualization plugin with light effects originally written for XMMS and now ported to Audacious. It supports full-screen mode, mouse resizing, and saved preferences. It is designed to be as end-user oriented as possible, so installation and manipulation are kept simple. It requires SDL and GTK+ 2.0 to run, and doesn't require 3D acceleration support.

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Recent releases

  •  26 Nov 2011 02:15

    Release Notes: This release re-enables navigation keys, full-screen mode, and configuration through the Preferences dialog. Settings are saved to disk to keep preferences between different runs, and many other internal updates were made to catch up with the software ecosystem of 2011.

    •  18 Apr 2009 05:53

      Release Notes: This version is the first port to the Audacious media player. This beta does not support navigation keys in interactive mode and also does not support configuration of plugin parameters.

      •  18 Jul 2005 23:09

        Release Notes: An option was added to let see the current play title on the Infinity's title bar. There is support for the new vectorization features that come with GCC 4.

        •  15 Apr 2005 23:09

          Release Notes: Some modules have been examined in depth using tools like splint and valgrind, many cleanups have been performed, and two serious bugs have been fixed: a memory leak and a semaphore that was released too early. This release also fix bugs #1105207 and #1106762, related to 64-bit architectures.

          •  12 Nov 2004 06:29

            Release Notes: It is now possible to change the maximum frames per second through the configure dialog. Also the plugin can be disabled by just closing the plugin window, and all the current parameters are automatically saved. A building problem on Fedora Core 2 has been fixed, and Infinity now comes with MMX support enabled by default.

            Recent comments

            18 Dec 2004 19:34 name773

            this is a great plugin... i have it maximized, no border,

            and stuck below all other windows in kde. that makes

            it look like the visualization is the desktop

            background, and although it does take up ~half the

            processor, it looks really cool.


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