Music Visualizer for promoting your music on YouTube


#21
soundgridmedia said

And it’s essential for VH author to include the video tutorial or you can give 1 star rating to the author.

I’d say it’s too rough and unfair giving 1 star rating for the absent video tutorial. Of course, a tutorial must be included, but it’s up to an author to choose the format. Some authors and some buyers prefer pdf tutorials. Of course it must be clearly stated in a description, what kind of tutorial is included.

Btw, this project includes both PDF and video tutorials. There’re links to the video tutorials in the item description, so you can watch it before buying to be sure you’re able to handle the project.


#22
Kosmos said
soundgridmedia said

And it’s essential for VH author to include the video tutorial or you can give 1 star rating to the author.

I’d say it’s too rough and unfair giving 1 star rating for the absent video tutorial. Of course, a tutorial must be included, but it’s up to an author to choose the format. Some authors and some buyers prefer pdf tutorials. Of course it must be clearly stated in a description, what kind of tutorial is included.

Btw, this project includes both PDF and video tutorials. There’re links to the video tutorials in the item description, so you can watch it before buying to be sure you’re able to handle the project.

oh sorry , i forgot to add the pdf and pptx, it’s okay too…but buyer more helpful with a video instruction though.


#23

Check out these videos rendered using my audio visualizer project:
https://youtu.be/4KWyAU1OUiw

https://youtu.be/i_djsaQI6gI

I’m not sure if it’s allowed to share these videos, but considering a positive reaction of the AJ community, I believe it worth a shot.


#24
Kosmos said

From time to time I see posts on this forum from people who search for audio visualizer templates.
I’ve just made a new audio react template and I do believe it might be useful for AudioJunglers who build a YouTube presence. According to the forum rules I can’t share any links to my items, but you know how to check my portfolio =)

+1


#25

Hey folks! After releasing of the first music visualizer template a while ago, some buyers have been asking me if I’m going to publish more stuff like that. Here we are! I’m very excited to say I have released one more audio visualizer template. Check out my profile for the links since it’s not allowed to post links to my items on the forum. I hope you’ll like it and may be even find it useful!


#26

Wow that is amazing one too! Bookmarked.


#27

Just checked your portfolio. Very nice templates!


#28

Good work! Thank You Kosmos! :slight_smile:


#29

Thank you very much, folks! Your kind words make me to keep on moving! =)


#30

Awesome. Looks super cool, I’m just a bit scared of the render time as I’m looking at uploading 100’s of tracks. Maybe I’ll use it for just a few :wink:


#31

Very nice work!)


#32

Good stuff :slight_smile:


#33

Great looking visualizer! Kudos.


#34

Here’s my first attempt:







The help doc was very helpful, but I’m not sure I got all the parameters right. I guess it takes a bit of experimenting. Maybe you Kosmos can have a quick look and see if there’s something obvious I’ve missed? Still looks super cool though.



My render time was about 10 hours on a quadcore Mac Pro :wink:


#35

Hey, AJ-people, thank you!

Stockwaves said

Here’s my first attempt:







The help doc was very helpful, but I’m not sure I got all the parameters right. I guess it takes a bit of experimenting. Maybe you Kosmos can have a quick look and see if there’s something obvious I’ve missed? Still looks super cool though.



My render time was about 10 hours on a quadcore Mac Pro :wink:

Thanks for sharing the video! It’s a rare pleasure to watch the actual application of my visualizer template. I appreciate that!

The video looks awesome! I’d suggest just to increase the contrast of the background. I explained how to do that in the video tutorial https://youtu.be/SZ_cO45KU8s?t=2m22s

You’ll get something like that http://gyazo.com/25c51addb7803d35fbecf6e0a5a21344


#36
Kosmos said

The video looks awesome! I’d suggest just to increase the contrast of the background. I explained how to do that in the video tutorial https://youtu.be/SZ_cO45KU8s?t=2m22s

You’ll get something like that http://gyazo.com/25c51addb7803d35fbecf6e0a5a21344

Cool, I see what you mean. Thanks, I’ll keep it in mind for the next upload :wink:

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#37

i purchased it and its cool but my render times are crazy - like 14 hours…so i can barely use it.


#38
KabbalisticVillage said

i purchased it and its cool but my render times are crazy - like 14 hours…so i can barely use it.

Hey, KabbalisticVillage, thank you for the purchase! As I remember you said that your computer has only 4GB of RAM and it's pretty small amount of RAM for rendering such projects.

I can offer you only two options:
1. Set the project to 8-bit instead of 32-bit. It will affect the colors a little bit, so they will be less vivid
2. You can turn off the lens blur effect. Go to the “Visual 3” comp and find the 7 layer called “Lens Blur”. You can hide this layer to turn off the blur or you can use a lower value of the blur radius. That will change the appearance pretty noticeable.

#39
Kosmos said
  1. You can turn off the lens blur effect. Go to the “Visual 3” comp and find the 7 layer called “Lens Blur”. You can hide this layer to turn off the blur or you can use a lower value of the blur radius. That will change the appearance pretty noticeable.

Now I don’t have the project yet but maybe it’s possible to use Gaussian Blur instead (or maybe not)? I know Lens Blur is the slowest of the blurs and takes forever to render…

By the way, GREAT looking project!


#40

Here’s another take:







It’s great fun to play around with the colors! Almost too fun :wink:



On a more general note, I’ve no clue why the video quality is so degraded after uploading to YouTube. I tried to upload a 1080p 500 Mb file which looks great on my desktop but after YouTubes mangling it’s very compressed. Any tips on how to retain resolution / color depth?