Product Requirements Document (PRD): Music Visualizer for Text/Objects:
The Music Visualizer for Text/Objects is a feature designed to enhance the user's audio experience by providing a dynamic visual representation of the audio in the form of text and music wave format. This feature allows users to visualize audio in real-time, customize the style, color, and properties of the visualization, and create visually stunning representations that synchronize with the music.
The primary goals of the Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature are as follows:
a. Provide a real-time visual representation of audio in the form of text and music wave format.
b. Allow users to customize the style, color, and properties of the visualizations.
c. Enable synchronization between the visualizations and the music.
3.1 Real-time Audio Visualization
The Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature will analyze the audio input in real-time and generate visualizations that represent the audio's intensity, rhythm, and frequency. These visualizations will be displayed alongside the audio playback.
3.2 Text Visualization
The text visualization component will convert the audio's intensity and rhythm into text animations. Users will be able to choose from a variety of text styles, fonts, and animations to represent the audio in a visually appealing manner. The text visualizations will be synchronized with the music, creating an immersive experience.
3.3 Music Wave Visualization
The music wave visualization component will display the audio in the form of a waveform, providing a graphical representation of the audio's amplitude over time. Users will have the option to customize the color scheme, line thickness, and other properties of the waveform to suit their preferences.
3.4 Customization Options
To empower users with creative control, the Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature will offer a range of customization options. Users will be able to adjust the style, color, size, and position of the text visualizations. Similarly, they will have the ability to modify the appearance of the music wave visualization, including colors, gradients, and other visual properties.
To enhance the audio-visual experience, the Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature will synchronize the visualizations with the audio playback. The visualizations will accurately reflect the changes in audio intensity, rhythm, and frequency, creating an immersive and synchronized audio-visual experience for the users.
4. User Interface (UI)
The Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature will be integrated into an existing user interface, such as a music player or audio editing software. The UI will provide intuitive controls for enabling and customizing the visualizations. Users will be able to toggle the visualizations on or off, adjust the customization options, and preview the visualizations before applying them.
5. Technical Requirements
The implementation of the Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature will require the following technical components:
a. Audio Processing: An audio processing module will analyze the audio input in real-time to extract relevant features such as intensity, rhythm, and frequency.
b. Text Animation Engine: A text animation engine will be responsible for generating animated text visualizations based on the audio analysis. It will support various text styles, fonts, and animations.
c. Waveform Visualization: A waveform visualization component will create graphical representations of the audio's amplitude over time. It will allow users to customize the appearance of the waveform.
d. Synchronization Mechanism: A synchronization mechanism will ensure that the visualizations accurately reflect the audio playback in real-time.
While the Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature aims to provide an immersive audio-visual experience, there are certain limitations to consider:
a. Compatibility: The feature may have limitations in terms of the audio formats it can process. It will be designed to support commonly used audio formats but may not be compatible with all formats.
b. Performance Impact: The real-time audio analysis and visualization processes may require significant computational resources. Performance may vary depending on the user's hardware capabilities.
c. Customization Complexity: While the feature aims to provide extensive customization options, the UI should be designed to strike a balance between flexibility and usability. Overwhelming complexity in customization may negatively impact user experience.
The Music Visualizer for Text/Objects feature enhances the audio experience by providing dynamic visualizations of audio in the form of text and music wave format. With customizable styles, colors, and properties, users can create visually stunning representations that synchronize with the music, adding an immersive dimension to their audio playback.