The graphical representation of the shapes and sounds on the screen while the audio plays in the background of the VLC Media Player. When you play some song in the Media Player and it has no video; then the Media Player will display a black screen to you. However, if you happen to turn on the Audio Visualizations option then there will be different arrangements of the motifs on the screen with multiple colours that will make your experience of the usage of the VLC Media Player even better. The Audio Visualization makes Media Player more interactive and cooler; as each song has a unique pattern to show. However, these array of patterns only last as long as the song lasts.
How to turn on the Audio Visualization feature?
1. Go to the VLC Menu, click on Audio & Visualizations and then select the type of visualization you wish to view.
2. Another method to enable the visualization option is to right click on the screen while your audio plays and then go to Audio & Visualization and then select your preferred visualization.
3. The options that are available to you by default are Spectrometer, Scope, Spectrum, Vu Meter, Goom and ProjectM. You can also switch between the styles while the audio plays.
How to turn off the Audio Visualization feature?
1. Go to the VLC Menu, click on Audio & Visualizations and the select the disable option.
2. Also, while your audio plays you can right click on the screen and then choose the disable option.