[LAU] Interpretive audio to video?

David W. Jones gnome at hawaii.rr.com
Sun Dec 19 09:01:20 CET 2021

Yes, sounds like AI code, like that mombo.art (might have that wrong) that turns words into paintings.

On December 18, 2021 8:18:23 PM HST, James Greenlee <james at madsonics.com> wrote:
> More like visualization code.
> At the risk of being really abstract...Sometimes when you hear something, you "see" something in your mind.  The sound conjures images.  I'm looking for a piece of software that can output a video file of what the computer "saw" when "listening" to the input audio file. 
> It doesn't necessarily have to be as complex as that sounds though.  My description sounds very A.I. rich...It could be just simple math where tempo detection can be used for say a scroll rate, and frequencies could be color intensity, patterns could be based on waveform interpolated with a function.
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> From: "David W. Jones" <gnome at hawaii.rr.com>
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> On December 18, 2021 5:10:25 PM HST, James Greenlee <james at madsonics.com> wrote:
> > Does anybody know of a tool that I could feed audio in to, and have it output an "interpreted" video? Not necessarily a "waveform" of the audio, more something abstract, like an acid-tripped audio fractal or something. 
> > 
> > Thanks!
> Hmm. Send an audio file/output to a command line tool that could break it into proper audio frames and send the frames to a video player?
> Or maybe visualizdtion code that some audio players could serve the purpose?

David W. Jones
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