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Windows Media Player: Musical Colors


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I have seen the Musical Colors vizualization on some computers, and would really like it. I have Windows Media Player 9, and can't find it available on Microsoft's download website. Is there anywhere it can be gotten from?
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Is THIS it?
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You have to pay for some of the visualistions, if you are into visualisations the best player to get is winamp.
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No that's not it. It's a set called "Musical Colors" just like the battery set or the bars and waves set. I know it exists; probably almost half of the computers with Windows Media Player that I've seen have it preinstalled. I also know that it should be or used to be available by itself for download; I just can't find it. I think I might have heard a rumor somewhere that it was removed for some reason. When I've seen it I've really liked it, so even if there are other players with more, I would really like that set if there's a way to get it.
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Just upgrade to 10 it should be pre installed in it, or upgrade to 11 which is really nifty but its still in beta it works fine.
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OK.... I figured it out with some reading on another website's forum. I realize I can't link to the page, but am I permitted to explain my solution for others?
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OK.... after Kat gave me permission, here's the solution link: here. If it should disappear in the future, my solution was to download to the WMP folder, and register the file wmpvis.dll. Thanks.
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