GSOC Analyzer Support in Amarok and possibly Phonon
ian.monroe at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 15:00:17 GMT 2009
On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 3:29 AM, Ricard Marxer Piñón
<email at ricardmarxer.com> wrote:
> - Show quoted text -
> On Sat, Feb 28, 2009 at 6:12 PM, Michael Pyne <mpyne at purinchu.net> wrote:
>> On Saturday 28 February 2009, Ricard Marxer Piñón wrote:
>> > The main idea is to make audio visualizations (using Phonon to access
>> > audio
>> > data) for Amarok 2 similarly as what was available in Amarok 1.x. Most
>> > visualizations there were spectral based and we would then need some
>> > processing of each audio frame to be able to this.
>> > Option A means doing the processing outside of the Phonon backends
>> > (personally I would choose FFTW and Eigen to do this processing).
>> > <snip>
>> I like Option A since it doesn't add much in the way of external
>> to Phonon. Option B seems to do better at making the functionality to all
>> Phonon users though. Maybe just have a very thin plugin interface that
>> could use to list visualization plugins with the application being
>> to host the plugin?
> Hi, and thanks for the reply.
> I agree that to let Phonon be as lightweight as possible these sort of
> plugins should be hosted by the application.
Though the basic analyzer, intensity of sound at various frequencies
should be pretty trivial. You don't need FFT for that.
> By the way, am I on the wrong list? Ian told me about a list called
> phonon-devel but I haven't found that one and the Phonon site directed me
I really did say phonon-backends, not phonon-devel, I just checked. ;)
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