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Offline new@java

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« Posted 2004-03-25 13:22:28 »


Can somebody please help me, i've got some code so that it plays a background sound, its working but i cannot get it to loop, it must be something simple, but any help will be appreciated.

thanks in advance


     protected void addBackgroundSound (BranchGroup b,String soundFile) {
         //Create a media container to load the file
           MediaContainer droneContainer = new MediaContainer(soundFile);
           //Create the background sound from the media container
           BackgroundSound drone = new BackgroundSound(droneContainer,1.0f);
           //Activate the sound
           //Set the sound to loop forever
           //Add it to the group

                 protected void addObjectSound(TransformGroup tg, PointSound sound,
                                         String soundFile, float edge) {
                       //First we get the current transform so that we can
                       //position the sound in the same place
                       Transform3D objXfm = new Transform3D();
                       Vector3f objPosition = new Vector3f();
                       //Create the media container to load the sound
                       MediaContainer soundContainer = new MediaContainer(soundFile);
                       //Use the loaded data in the sound
                       //Set the position to that of the given transform
                       sound.setPosition(new Point3f(objPosition));
                       //Allow use to switch the sound on and off

                       //Set it off to start with
                       //Set it to loop forever
                       //Use the edge value to set to extent of the sound
                       Point2f[] attenuation = {new Point2f(0.0f,1.0f),
                                         new Point2f(edge,0.1f)};
                       //Add the sound to the transform group
Offline Ifadolai

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-04-13 08:03:31 »

It is a bug:

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Offline Herkules

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2004-04-13 12:19:02 »

Somehow we did it ..... but I agree it wasn't a 'solution'...

look for  createAmbientSound()

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