Le Biniou is a free open source sound visualization and VJing software for Linux and BSD. It can be used to generate different graphic effects depending on the source input. You can use the audio from your system sound card or you can use the recorded audio. It comes with an integrated on-screen display (OSD), and the news version also comes with a web interface. Released under the GPL-2.0 + license.
Install Le Biniou on Ubuntu
The latest version of Le Biniou can be installed on Ubuntu via a flat pack package. To do this, you first need to install the Flat Pack and Flat Hub on your Ubuntu system. If you don’t have flatpak and flathub on your system, follow the tutorial links below to install them. You can skip this if you have already installed it.
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Install flatpak on Ubuntu
After installing flatpak and flathub, you need to reboot your system. Then open the terminal application. You can open it with ctrl + alt + t and run it under the Le Biniou Music Visualization flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub net.biniou.LeBiniou
After installation, you can use this command to run Le Biniou Music Visualization.
flatpak run net.biniou.LeBiniou
You can also install Le Biniou from the native Ubuntu repository. Execute the following commands one by one to install.
sudo apt update
sudo apt-get install -y lebiniou