Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Do you use the BEEP feature?
Re: Do you use the BEEP feature?
From: Amy <amy_at_faylen.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 18:57:39 -0500
I wonder then how the Olympus recorders beep and it doesn't interfere at all
with the recordings? Granted they don't use firmware, but still, the
question remains, and I wish I knew how to get an answer. On the DS-2, the
beeps don't disturb anything. Granted it doesn't start recording the instant
you press record, but it does start within a quarter second (haven't timed
it, guessing). Same with pause/resume record and stop.
I'm not sure why it couldn't beep while the record monitor is on, but I
don't know anything about the coding that goes into Rockbox.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jens Arnold" <arnold-j_at_t-online.de>
Sent: Wednesday, June 13, 2007 2:25 PM
Subject: Re: Do you use the BEEP feature?
> On 13.06.2007, pondlife wrote:
>> I've not tried it, but looking at the code there is some kind
>> of recording beeping enabled by the "voice menus" option.
> There is a recording beep - but so far it's *only* for the
> hwcodec targets (i.e. Archos recorders and Ondio FM). This is
> actually more like a burp instead of a beep, due to the way how
> it is generated.
> The difficulty with producing a beep for recording is that it
> has to work without disturbing recording, for 2 reasons: the
> simple "first beep, then record" would (1) cause an unacceptable
> delay before starting the recording for some applications and
> (2) break prerecording.
>> And Rockbox cannot (AFAIK) produce any audio output when
>> paused - so entering pause couldn't beep for example.
> This "no output while paused" behaviour should go imo. Pause is
> a feature of the playback engine, not a feature of audio output
> in general.
> Regards, Jens
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