Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Summer of Code 2009
Re: Summer of Code 2009
From: alex wallis <alexwallis646_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 16:42:35 -0000
> jp wrote:
>> If you are seeking at a particular speed then the audio is played at that
>> speed, much like a reel to reel tape deck would do.
> This is not how it works in the H100 original firmware I believe, which is
> what this is being compared to.
ON the h140 you get audible seeking, so I am not sure if the h100 handles it
in a completely different way.
> If you're just talking about speeding up audio, you can already go up to
> 200% pitch which is what you're describing since it also accelerates
This is not exactly speeding up audio the audio you here is speeded up and
you hear it as you forward or rewind through it. After you stop forwarding
or rewinding playback is returned to normal.
Using the pitch screen to achieve a similar affect which is unless I have
completely got the wrong end of the stick what I believe you are suggesting
would be a real hassle as you would have to set the pitch, then reset it. It
would be a lot easier just to have the ability to hear the audio as you are
going through it obviously it would be speeded up though, think of it like
playing a tape deck at high speed, that is how it works on the 140 original
firmware when fast forwarding or rewinding.
Maybe someone who owns a 140 can explain what is being talked about better.
Received on 2009-01-20