spectralizer v1.2

Supported Bit Versions
32-bit, 64-bit
Source Code URL
Minimum OBS Studio Version
Supported Platforms
Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
Spectralizer running alongside tuna.
This plugin allows you to create a audio visualization of obs audio sources.

  1. Open your obs-studio installation folder (eg. Right click on the shortcut and click "Open file location")
  2. Navigate two directories up
  3. Drop the contents of the folder "plugin" from the zip archive in the directory you just opened
  4. Merge the files
  5. Spectralizer should now show up as a source option in obs-studio
  1. Install fftw over your package manager
  2. Unzip the archive
    $ unzip ~/Downloads/spectralizer.* -d ~/Downloads/spectralizer
  3. Navigate to your obs config
    $ cd ~/.config/obs-studio/
  4. Create a folder for the plugin
    $ mkdir -p plugins/spectralizer
  5. Copy the folders contents of the folder plugin into the new folder
    $ mv ~/Downloads/spectralizer/plugin/* ./
  6. Spectralizer should now show up as a source option in obs-studio
Either run install-mac.sh or follow the steps in the readme
First release
Last update
4.13 star(s) 24 ratings

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Latest reviews

Great Plugin!

---> FOR PEOPLE HAVING PROBLEMS, LOOK FOR "audio visualizer" SOURCE, NOT "spectralizer" <---

I was confused for a long time about why is wasn't showing up, but i just didn't know what I was looking for. Works amazingly well once you find it!

Searched for something like this for ages just to find out it's been a thing since 2019, awesome! I can finally replace my unreliable HTML Browser Visualizer :D
very Good!
I made a low-level mistake before and caused the installation to fail!
D:\Program Files\obs-studio\ >>>success
D:\Program Files\obs-studio\bin\64bit >>>fail
Got it installed and it shows up as a source. Wish there was a mode for it being as a circle instead of a line.
Like others have been saying recently, it straight up doesn't show up as a source option. I've made multiple attempts at installing it, even on a clean install, and no such luck. It doesn't show up in the source options after following the exact installation directions.
it looks good, but it doesnt appear on my source list, can anyone help me?
doesnt work with my obs, installed multiple times but doesnt show up in obs. not worth it.
If you would be a bit more specific there, I might actually be able to help you
Works great, looks awesome. Im loving it!
The installation process was a little bit tedious to understand, but if you follow the installation steps its not difficult to install it and set it up.

Works as expected.

Thank you for your great work! :)
I just downloaded the plugin and i was about to use it but it doesn't appear in obs 25.0.1 ,i don't know why i followed the instructions
Did you download the actual plugin or just the source code?