Visualize Her Winamp Plugin

Martin Brinkmann
Dec 30, 2006
Updated • Nov 6, 2017
Music and Video

Sexy Girl, Dancing to music that you like? What can be better? The Visualize Her plugin for Winamp adds the visualization of a pretty, exotic dancer to the list of your Winamp visualizations. Once installed and activated, you see her dancing to the music that is currently playing. The moves are of course limited but it still looks impressive especially if you consider that we are taking about a Winamp visualization.

A short note on how to activate this visualization for the music client. Download it from the website that I linked below and install it in your Winamp directory. Make sure you select the right directory where Winamp is installed. Once that is done you right-click in Winamp and select Visualization -> Visualization options. Click on Plugins -> Visualizations in the left pane and start the Mojo Master Visualization plugin and watch her dance.

Update: The location of the plug-in on the Winamp website has changed. Here is the new link of the project that includes a download link and a description of what you can expect. The visualization, now called MojoMaster Visualizer has been downloaded more than 750,000 times which should speak for itself, even if you consider the popularity of the Winamp software.

It needs to be noted that the visualization has been created in 2005, and while it still looks mighty fine for that, you should not expect too much from the plug-in. It is nice and all, but definitely not as stunning as it was when it was first released by its creator.

The visualization should run on all modern computer systems, as long as the device is equipped with at least 512 Megabyte of computer memory and a Directx 9.0c compatible video card.

The following three hotkeys are available:

  • Q for special animation
  • N for next camera
  • F for full screen.

The visualization plugin should run on all recent versions of Winamp.

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  1. Anonymous said on August 1, 2010 at 12:43 pm

    Why not make use of the mplayer.conf?

  2. Mike J said on August 1, 2010 at 2:58 pm

    Huh, I have never even seen this “font cache” pane; videos play at once for me, using VLC & XP SP3.

    1. Martin said on August 1, 2010 at 3:39 pm

      Mike, in theory this should have only been displayed once to you, at the very first video that you played with VLC. The time this window is displayed depends largely on the number of fonts in your font directory.

      1. Mike J said on August 2, 2010 at 2:30 pm

        huh, I lucked out for a change?? Amazing!!
        Apparently VLC keeps this info through version updates, but I didn’t see this message after a fresh OS install about 8 weeks ago, & a new VLC.

  3. myo said on August 1, 2010 at 5:52 pm

    yes, yes, i have the same problem. sometimes, VLC crashes when it is playing .mov file.

  4. Kishore said on August 13, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    Buidling font Cache pop-up


    Open VLC player.

    On Menu Bar:


    (at bottom – left side)
    Show settings — ALL

    Open: Video
    Click: Subtitles/OSD (This is now highlited, not opened)
    Text rendering module – change this to “Dummy font renderer function”


    Re-open – done.
    Progam will no longer look outside self for fonts

    Source –

    1. Martin said on August 13, 2010 at 3:10 pm

      Great tip, thanks a lot Kishore.

  5. javier said on August 14, 2010 at 1:50 pm

    @Kishore, I’ll try your tips, but does this mean it will no longer show subtitles either?
    I do use subtitles, but the fontcache dialog box pops up (almost) everytime I play a file.

    Could this be related to the fonts I have installed? Or if I add/remove fonts to my system?

    I’ll try to do a fresh install also, if your tips does no work. I’ll post back here later…


  6. Kishore said on August 15, 2010 at 12:38 pm

    @ Javier, The trick i posted will show up subtitles too. If not,

  7. Kishore said on August 15, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    @ Javier, The trick i posted will show up subtitles too. If not,Dont worry, VLC is currently sorting out this issue and the next version will be out soon.

    No probs @ Martin !! Its my pleasure

  8. Ted said on October 22, 2010 at 3:57 am

    Try running LC with administrator privileges. That seemed to fix it for me

  9. Evan said on December 8, 2013 at 1:48 am

    I am using SMplayer 0.8.6 (64-bit) (Portable Edition) on Windows 7 x64. Even with the -nofontconfig parameter in place SMplayer still scans the fonts. Also, I have enabled normal subtitles and it is still scanning fonts before playing a video. Also, it does this every time the player opens a video after a system restart (only the fist video played).

  10. Mike Williams said on September 6, 2023 at 1:26 pm

    Does that mean that only instrumental versions of songs will be available for non-paying users?

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