So, I've made a quick program that let's you use amBX with anything your computer displays (the desktop, flash videos, whatever). It might cause alittle bit of stuttering when playing games, so maybe let FXgen handle that, but it should work fine with everything else (including Aero).
Dunno if there's any interest in this. It's really early (the interface will have a purpose at some point) but it should be relatively bug free I think. Interesting features include: Aero support, multimonitor support and color balance settings (check the settings.ini for the latter two).
Guide: Just run Interface.exe. And let me know if you have any problems.
Possible Problems: Not entirely sure it'll work on Windows XP. If it does, apparently the screen grabbing method I'm using may be slower on it.
In case of '.Net' error on program start, install this:http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=17851
In case of other errors on program start, try installing this:http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=8328
Recent updates -
Reduced memory footprint (10x)
Improved screen averaging
Added fan and rumble control
Added the ability to select areas to average (ini)
Split the screen grabbing into separate jobs (speedup, with a tiny drawback that I'm fairly certain nobody will notice...)
Check changelog for more details and to see older updates.
Update: My computer seems like it may die any minute, so I figured I'd back up the source just incase, and there's no reason other people can't access it. This is literally just me zipping up my most recent glOW source folder, so if there's anything weird in here, assume it's something that I was playing with then dropped. Also, it's kinda messy since I'm the only person who worked on this (so it didn't need to be particularly clean) and I didn't do any preparation for releasing the source.http://sdrv.ms/17puqzB
(I couldn't figure out how to have more than one attachment)