Difference between revisions of "Proposal Crossfade"

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** Indicating Clip Overlap Regions
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What does this text look like?
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** Single fade vs. Independent Fade
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* target goal
 
* target goal
I want to build an intuitive interface for creating non-destructive cross-fades in Audacity.
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I want to build an intuitive interface for creating non-destructive cross-fades in Audacity.  
  
 
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Revision as of 21:32, 17 April 2008

FIXME: draft place holder...

  • Display
    • Indicating Clip Overlap Regions
      • Zoomed Out

What does this text look like?

    • Single fade vs. Independent Fade


  • target goal

I want to build an intuitive interface for creating non-destructive cross-fades in Audacity.

    • bring in pieces from proposal
    • bring in pieces from audacity gsoc ideas page

Here is a link to the origin project suggestion on the Audacity GSoC ideas page. GSoC_Ideas#Intuitive_cross-fading

    • bring in pieces from audacity-devel discussion
    • half way target deliverables
    • end of summer deliverables
  • proposal
    • draft gui images
      • zoomed in view
      • zoomed out view
    • define keystrokes and behavior
    • define mouse behavior
    • undo-stack
    • stereo track support
      • display different from mono tracks
    • crossfade type:
      • constant amplitude cross-fade
      • constant sum power cross-fade
      • fade-out-and-back-again "crossfade"
      • picker for fade type
    • presets / repeat effect (having done one cross fade, do the next one with the same 'parameters')
    • files/classes affected
      • planned changes to affected files


  • possible optional extensions
    • fade in/out with out another clip