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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by gandalf55, Oct 28, 2002.
this could be fun too...
Well, strictly speaking, this is not an equalizer, which would serve as a tone control, but a frequency analyzer with peak hold markings, which measures the frequencies present in the signal (or song) being played.
But it does look nice.
You do realize that you are Photoshopping a viewable area of the iPod bigger than the actual pixel area, right?
I made a mock-up a while back. It's as ugly as heck, but I'm sure Apple could make it less ugly.
true - this is more a frequency analyzer... but you could change your equilizer setting here as well. iPod is 320 x 320 correct? if so, I think this would work.
Is it just me or wouldn't this contribute to draining the battery? It's a great idea, but I'd never use it, mainly because I only look at my iPod's screen when looking for a song. Other than that it stays in its protective pouch.
check out this page:
iPod Application ideas
Some ideas I've had - some good, some bad, but I wanna generate some other ideas from other people doing all this.
Nope, 160 x 128 res. Check under Display...
That's why my display with my previous link looks so ugly.
i put another eq up on the page - i think its okay and i could even squeeze more space outta there. the settings would be below the customizable EQ - which i gave you credit for.
Also, AFAIK, the iPod display screen can only do that one color, black, applicable to change by the contrast setting. I notice you have a lot of lighter grey outlines. I don't think Apple can do that with their current iPods.
But don't let your creativity get the best of you, man.