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Friday, February 26th 2016, 9:46am

Sound Interface timing


Using the sound interface plugin, is there a way to define the frame/time of the sound ?

This to synchronise sound with a video when scrubbing with the timeline. We can easily get the video frame where the timeline is, but how could we tell to soundinterface to start the sound at time xx:xx ?

I've seen this:
But doesn't seems to be an action/setting to start sound from time xx



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Friday, February 26th 2016, 10:29am

Hi KiboOst

In the next (big), upgrade will be a new method - seek() link

This method is already added in the new version and it works very well.

The syntax would look like this: Html5Soundseek(soundName, seekInSecond);

We expect an update the next few days, but if you really need this functionality, then I can send too you the path file.

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Friday, February 26th 2016, 12:03pm

Thanks for your answer !

I did not buy it yet, will do and wait for the update, no urge.



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Friday, February 26th 2016, 1:28pm

A few moths a go i was making this audio player with playlist etc
I used the videoplayer instead of the soundinterface.
Which was needed for me to add a progress bar.
Maybe interesting for you?

Of course the html5audio plugin from out friends is great! I would recommend buying this anyway!
And i am quite sure in future krpano updates we'll get this seek and time also in the mediaplayback plugin(s)

To be short, try using the videoplayer as a soundinterface.

Hope it helps
Tuur *thumbsup*

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