Section: User Contributed Perl Documentation (3)
SDL::AudioSpec -- SDL Bindings for structure SDL::AudioSpec
Core, Audio, Structure
my $audio_spec = SDL::AudioSpec->new();
$audio_spec->freq(22050); # 22050Hz - FM Radio quality
$audio_spec->format(AUDIO_S16SYS); # 16-bit signed audio
$audio_spec->samples(8192); # Large audio buffer reduces risk of dropouts but increases response time
$audio_spec->channels(1); # Mono
# do something here
structure is used to describe the format of some audio data. This structure is used by "SDL::Audio::open_audio"
While all fields are used by "SDL::Audio::open_audio"
, only "freq"
are used by "SDL::Audio::load_wav"
We will detail these common members here.
The number of samples sent to the sound device every second. Common values are 11025, 22050 and 44100. The higher the better.
Specifies the size and type of each sample element. Values it can take are:
Unsigned 8-bit samples.
Signed 8-bit samples.
- AUDIO_U16 or AUDIO_U16LSB
not supported by all hardware (unsigned 16-bit little-endian)
- AUDIO_S16 or AUDIO_S16LSB
not supported by all hardware (signed 16-bit little-endian)
not supported by all hardware (unsigned 16-bit big-endian)
not supported by all hardware (signed 16-bit big-endian)
Either AUDIO_U16LSB or AUDIO_U16MSB depending on hardware CPU endianness
Either AUDIO_S16LSB or AUDIO_S16MSB depending on hardware CPU endianness
The number of separate sound channels. 1 is mono (single channel), 2 is stereo (dual channel).
When used with "SDL::Audio::open_audio"
this refers to the size of the audio buffer in samples. A sample is a chunk of audio data of the
size specified in format multiplied by the number of channels. When the "SDL::AudioSpec"
is used with "SDL::Audio::load_wav"
set to 4096.
To be documented.