Tiny VUMeter in track

Bug #70351 reported by Jean-Francois Arseneau on 2006-11-05
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Bug Description

Description by sil:

Each track should have a very small vumeter in it. This should update, live, so it's easy to tell whether a given track's input is working or not. For example, tapping on a mic will show on the vumeter of the track it's attached to. See the mockup.


Note that the vumeter is attached to the *input*. It does not show the volume of what's currently playing on the track; it shows the volume of the input attached to the track, whether the track is recording or not.

GStreamer has an fvumeter.py file which shows the implementation of a vumeter in a Gtk object, which someone with working recording should be able to integrate pretty quickly (although it may want reimplementing in Cairo like the main mixing view vumeters).

description: updated
Jono Bacon (jonobacon) on 2006-11-07
Changed in jokosher:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
Knut Erik Teigen (knutert) wrote :

I agree. It's pretty sad to do a take, and then afterwards find out that you were clipping... I'll take a look at fvumeter.py and see what I can do about it.

Jono Bacon (jonobacon) on 2007-09-12
Changed in jokosher:
status: New → Confirmed
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