|qmake:||QT += multimedia|
|StereoFrame(T leftSample, T rightSample)|
|StereoFrame &||operator=(const StereoFrame &other)|
The StereoFrame class provides a simple wrapper for a stereo audio frame.
This templatized structure lets you treat a block of individual samples as an interleaved stereo stream frame. This is most useful when used with the templatized data() functions of QAudioBuffer. Generally the data is accessed as a pointer, so no copying should occur.
There are some predefined instantiations of this template for working with common stereo sample depths in a convenient way.
This frame structure has left and right members for accessing individual channel data.
Member Function Documentation
Constructs a new frame with the "silent" value for this sample format (0 for signed formats and floats, 0x8* for unsigned formats).
Constructs a new frame with the supplied leftSample and rightSample values.
Returns the arithmetic average of the left and right samples.
Sets the values of this frame to the "silent" value.
StereoFrame &StereoFrame::operator=(const StereoFrame &other)
Assigns other to this frame.
Member Variable Documentation
This variable holds the left sample
This variable holds the right sample
This is a predefined specialization for a signed stereo 16 bit sample. Each channel is a signed short.
This is a predefined specialization for an unsigned stereo 16 bit sample. Each channel is an unsigned short.
This is a predefined specialization for an 32 bit float sample. Each channel is a float.
This is a predefined specialization for a signed stereo 8 bit sample. Each channel is a signed char.
This is a predefined specialization for an unsigned stereo 8 bit sample. Each channel is an unsigned char.
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