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Issue #1520 resolved

Audio Meters

Anonymous created an issue

Audio Meters in Feb.7 daily build wont update mic audio levels until you press record or change Override audio settings ON. And Audio Levels are flikkering on top of Sound recorder menu item in audio menu.

Input source is displayed in numbers (0-4) not in text. Output volume displayed in numbers (0-49) not in dB.

Comments (13)

  1. mkorho
    • Audio meters still dead on boot. (Canon menu "auto", ML menu override "off")
    • Audio meters work after power on if "override on" or "recording".
    • Output volume shows dB in menu and different numbers in submenu.

    • Sound recorder menu item not overwritten by audiobars. (OK, still flickers)

    • Input source now shows text. (OK)
  2. Rush

    Audio meters still dead on boot. (Canon menu "auto", ML menu override "off") Audio meters work after power on if "override on" or "recording".

    This is how audio features is implemented in 600D. miyake did great job to make audio control possible but didn't found any solutions to make audio meters to work without overriding + without recording Check this thread for more info: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=1036

  3. mkorho

    Yes your are right.

    So only thing that is broken now is Output volume list. Example: menu shows -33 dB when in submenu you select 5. And in submenu audiobars are on top of submenu.

  4. mkorho
    • 0 = -100 dB
    • 1 = -37 dB
    • 2 = -36 dB
    • etc
    • 38 = 0 dB
    • 39 = 1 dB
    • etc
    • 49 = 11 dB

    The audio bar is again on top of sound recorder in the old menu style.

    And here is a picture of the new junkie menu and how the audio bar is in there.

  5. Alex

    Is there any use for negative values? I would keep 0 dB / 2dB / 4dB / ... 10 dB and maybe also 12 dB if it's working.

    Edit: I also see that it defaults to -100 dB, can't see why...

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