The Kinemorphic 3D Screen Saver
The Kinemorphic 3D Screen Saver will generate an endless variety of abstract
three dimensional patterns. You can run it with the pre-configured displays or,
if you're feeling adventurous, use the built-in editor to create your own displays
using a huge library of 3D object generators, color generators, and movement controls.
This version of The Kinemorphic 3D Screen Saver has been designed to synchronize
with the sounds from an audio device. With many of the module controls you can associate
a sound frequency, a range of effect, and a sensitivity. Fluctuations in the amplitude
of the frequency will oscillate the control values within the range of effect.
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Purchasing this version of The Kinemorphic
3D Screen Saver gives you a license to use it and all previous versions.
must have a sound card in your system in order for The Kinemorphic 3D Screen Saver
to sync the visuals with sound.
Windows XP or later
* Accelerated OpenGL drivers are not required but they sure
speed things up.
To remove The Kinemorphic 3D Screen
Saver from your system, uninstall it using the application management applet in
the Windows Control Panel.
For complete details on
how to purchase a license for the Kinemorphic 3D Screen Saver, just press the "REGISTER"
button in the Kinemorphic 3D Screen Saver configuration dialog and follow the instructions
in the registration wizard.
Please refer to the License Agreement section
of the online documentation for complete information on the license agreement.
For complete information on how to obtain technical support for
all Synthesoft products, please refer to the following Technical Support page on
the Synthesoft web site:
On this page you will find a "Frequently Asked Questions" list,
a diagnostics program, and additional information that may help our support staff
to assist you with your questions.
We provide updates
to the software on our web site at:
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