Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: plugins
From: Cristian <cguiducci_at_gostec.net>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2004 13:11:33 +0200
>No, plugins do not speak (yet). We have yet to design and specify how speak should be controlled and used from plugins. Until this it done, plugins will remain silent.
Well... the audio plugin by bluechip has speech support, I'm blind, it works really fine, I' didn't understand how it works, it has a speech library in its core? but important is it works great! with my creative travelsound mini speakers, I can obtain a sound I couldn't dream of before. You can cut all the nusty frequences that made it distort, and now you can feel the base responce avoiding distortion. I wish it could be integrated in the mainstream version, it requires advanced tweaking, but it's great! Thanks for the blind support, it's also a nice nice feature.
To bluechip and others, just a couple of questions:
1-. The creative travell sound are a couple ov small titanium speakers with a 3 wat rms amplifyer, and they have a switch for channel separation which really works fine, it gives the impression of 2 separate speakers, as if they were 1 meter apart, although they are 10 centimeters close to one an other.
I was wondering, whether stereio separation could be enhanced trhough your channel interface, I tryed wide stereo, but the sound degrades a lot, creative succeeds in creating space without losing sound stich and quality, any ideas on how to even improve that stereo separation with your plugin? Plus, the manual for us is a little bit confusing in the description of this functions, since it relies on the icons. as for the base boost and all the others however, It's not to difficult, you understand it rather quickly, the advanced mode too.
Please put it in the normal cvs version, it's great!
And bluechip, for the moment being, the firmware uses .tbx files, where as now we have upgraded to _talk, could you fix this?
Thanks also to all the others, joerg first and foremost, who developed this wonderful vocal interface.
Received on 2004-06-18