From: Lars Carlsson <lc.studio@te...> - 2003-07-24 08:43:20
I'm almost done witn the translation. Just a few questions:
What does these lines mean?
1. Invalid track "offset" in LOF file and "Start offset"
2. "Find Zero Crossings"
3. "Smooth" at Sample
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Lars Carlsson wrote
> I can't translate the word "Pluck...". I can't find it in the po-file.
That's because it comes from either LADSPA or Nyquist.
ALT Linux Documentation Team
From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2003-07-27 04:59:37
Lars Carlsson wrote:
> I'm almost done witn the translation. Just a few questions:
> What does these lines mean?
> 1. Invalid track "offset" in LOF file and "Start offset"
> 2. "Find Zero Crossings"
> 3. "Smooth" at Sample
1. The "offset" is the amount by which a track is shifted left or right.
2. "Zero crossings" are when the audio samples change from negative
amplitude to positive (the signal crosses the zero line).
[The "find zero crossings" command moves the edges of the selection to
the nearest zero crossings, so that cutting or looping doesn't create
discontinuities at the boundaries.]
3. "Smoothing" changes the area around a sample to make it more smooth.
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