AudioSource.SetScheduledEndTime

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public void SetScheduledEndTime (double time);

Parámetros

time Tiempo en segundos.

Descripción

Cambia el tiempo en la que finalizará un sonido que ya está programado para reproducirse. Observe que, dependiendo del momento, no se pueden cumplir todas las solicitudes de re-programación.

Tenga en cuenta que el tiempo especificado sigue siendo un tiempo en la línea de tiempo absoluta, lo que significa que el sonido se detendrá al alcanzar ese tiempo, independientemente de cuándo se inició. Por lo tanto, si tiene un sonido de 5 segundos y desea que se reproduzca en el tiempo T y se detenga después de 3 segundos (es decir, silenciando los últimos 2 segundos del sonido), deberá especificar el tiempo de finalización de T + 3. Esta función es útil en los sistemas de música para superar las discontinuidades en las señales que causan los códecs con pérdida de marco.

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

// While this may seem unnecessarily complicated to do this in the case of uncompressed sounds, you can now use // the SavWav code from https://gist.github.com/2317063 to save the generated clips into new assets, // run the program once with a specified sourceClip and the script will generate "cut1.wav" and "cut2.wav". // These can now be imported into Unity as assets and changed to compressed sounds. // Since psychoacoustic compression severely alters the waveforms and frequency content of sounds and // furthermore operates in a block-based fashion, it would cause very noticeable pops and clicks if we didn't // have the sound data after and before the cut point. By having it, even though we are not playing it, the decoder is "warmed up", // i.e. it has matching frequency content before and after the transition, so at least the // frequency spectrum will be more or less the same before and after the transition and so the click will be less audible // than if we had just cut up the sound without the 0.2s overlap regions. // This method may also be combined with cross-fading in order to further smoothen out any remaining artifacts. [RequireComponent(typeof(AudioSource))] public class ExampleClass : MonoBehaviour { public AudioClip sourceClip; private AudioSource audio1; private AudioSource audio2; private AudioClip cutClip1; private AudioClip cutClip2; private float overlap = 0.2F; private int len1 = 0; private int len2 = 0; void Start() { GameObject child; child = new GameObject("Player1"); child.transform.parent = gameObject.transform; audio1 = child.AddComponent<AudioSource>(); child = new GameObject("Player2"); child.transform.parent = gameObject.transform; audio2 = child.AddComponent<AudioSource>(); int overlapSamples; if (sourceClip != null) { len1 = sourceClip.samples / 2; len2 = sourceClip.samples - len1; overlapSamples = (int)(overlap * sourceClip.frequency); cutClip1 = AudioClip.Create("cut1", len1 + overlapSamples, sourceClip.channels, sourceClip.frequency, false, false); cutClip2 = AudioClip.Create("cut2", len2 + overlapSamples, sourceClip.channels, sourceClip.frequency, false, false); float[] smp1 = new float[(len1 + overlapSamples) * sourceClip.channels]; float[] smp2 = new float[(len2 + overlapSamples) * sourceClip.channels]; sourceClip.GetData(smp1, 0); sourceClip.GetData(smp2, len1 - overlapSamples); cutClip1.SetData(smp1, 0); cutClip2.SetData(smp2, 0); } else { overlapSamples = (int)overlap * cutClip1.frequency; len1 = cutClip1.samples - overlapSamples; len2 = cutClip2.samples - overlapSamples; } }

void OnGUI() { if (GUI.Button(new Rect(10, 50, 230, 40), "Trigger source")) audio1.PlayOneShot(sourceClip);

if (GUI.Button(new Rect(10, 100, 230, 40), "Trigger cut 1")) audio1.PlayOneShot(cutClip1);

if (GUI.Button(new Rect(10, 150, 230, 40), "Trigger cut 2")) audio1.PlayOneShot(cutClip2);

if (GUI.Button(new Rect(10, 200, 230, 40), "Play stitched")) { audio1.clip = cutClip1; audio2.clip = cutClip2; double t0 = AudioSettings.dspTime + 3.0F; double clipTime1 = len1; clipTime1 /= cutClip1.frequency; audio1.PlayScheduled(t0); audio1.SetScheduledEndTime(t0 + clipTime1); Debug.Log("t0 = " + t0 + ", clipTime1 = " + clipTime1 + ", cutClip1.frequency = " + cutClip1.frequency); Debug.Log("cutClip2.frequency = " + cutClip2.frequency + ", samplerate = " + AudioSettings.outputSampleRate); audio2.PlayScheduled(t0 + clipTime1); audio2.time = overlap; } } }

Nota: Es posible crear clips que se sobreponen, y pueden utilizar el tiempo final del programador de tiempo al primero, y el AudioSource.time para el segundo tramo de la parte sobrepuesta, como el ejemplo muestra arriba.