Class for event stream playback.
|float||get_channel_last_note_time ( int channel ) const|
|float||get_channel_volume ( int channel ) const|
|float||get_length ( ) const|
|int||get_loop_count ( ) const|
|float||get_pitch_scale ( ) const|
|float||get_pos ( ) const|
|EventStream||get_stream ( ) const|
|String||get_stream_name ( ) const|
|float||get_tempo_scale ( ) const|
|float||get_volume ( ) const|
|float||get_volume_db ( ) const|
|bool||has_autoplay ( ) const|
|bool||has_loop ( ) const|
|bool||is_paused ( ) const|
|bool||is_playing ( ) const|
|void||play ( )|
|void||seek_pos ( float time )|
|void||set_autoplay ( bool enabled )|
|void||set_channel_volume ( int channel, float channel_volume )|
|void||set_loop ( bool enabled )|
|void||set_paused ( bool paused )|
|void||set_pitch_scale ( float pitch_scale )|
|void||set_stream ( EventStream stream )|
|void||set_tempo_scale ( float tempo_scale )|
|void||set_volume ( float volume )|
|void||set_volume_db ( float db )|
|void||stop ( )|
Class for event stream playback. Event streams are music expressed as a series of events (note on, note off, instrument change...), as opposed to audio streams, which are just audio data. Examples of event-based streams are MIDI files, or MOD music.
Currently, only MOD, S3M, IT, and XM music is supported.
Member Function Description¶
Return the time at which the last note of a given channel in the stream plays.
Return the volume scale for an individual channel of the stream.
- float get_length ( ) const
Return the song length. May be in seconds, but depends on the stream type.
- int get_loop_count ( ) const
Return the number of times the playback has looped.
- float get_pitch_scale ( ) const
Return the pitch scale factor for this player.
- float get_pos ( ) const
Return the playback position. May be in seconds, but depends on the stream type.
- EventStream get_stream ( ) const
Return the currently assigned stream.
- String get_stream_name ( ) const
Return the name of the currently assigned stream. This is not the file name, but a field inside the file. If no stream is assigned, if returns “<No Stream>”.
- float get_tempo_scale ( ) const
Return the tempo multiplier.
- float get_volume ( ) const
Return the playback volume for this player.
- float get_volume_db ( ) const
Return the playback volume for this player, in decibels.
- bool has_autoplay ( ) const
Return whether this player will start playing as soon as it enters the scene tree.
- bool has_loop ( ) const
Return whether this player will be restart the playback at the end.
- bool is_paused ( ) const
Return whether the playback is currently paused.
- bool is_playing ( ) const
Return whether this player is playing.
- void play ( )
Play the currently assigned stream.
- void seek_pos ( float time )
Set the playback position. May be in seconds, but depends on the stream type.
- void set_autoplay ( bool enabled )
Set whether this player will start playing as soon as it enters the scene tree.
Set the volume scale for an individual channel of the stream, with the same value range as set_volume. The channel number depends on the stream format. For example, MIDIs range from 0 to 15, and MODs from 0 to 63.
Many stream formats are multichannel, so this allows to affect only a part of the music.
- void set_loop ( bool enabled )
Set whether the stream will be restarted at the end.
- void set_paused ( bool paused )
Pause stream playback.
- void set_pitch_scale ( float pitch_scale )
Set the pitch multiplier for all sounds coming from this stream. A value of 2.0 shifts all pitches one octave up, and a value of 0.5 shifts pitches one octave down.
- void set_stream ( EventStream stream )
Set the EventStream this player will play.
- void set_tempo_scale ( float tempo_scale )
Set the tempo multiplier. This allows to slow down or speed up the music, without affecting its pitch.
- void set_volume ( float volume )
Set the playback volume for this player. This is a float between 0.0 (silent) and 1.0 (full volume). Values over 1.0 may amplify sound even more, but may introduce distortion. Negative values may just invert the output waveform, which produces no audible difference.
The effect of these special values ultimately depends on the low-level implementation of the file format being played.
- void set_volume_db ( float db )
Set the playback volume for this player, in decibels. This is a float between -80.0 (silent) and 0.0 (full volume). Values under -79.0 get truncated to -80, but values over 0.0 do not, so the warnings for over amplifying (see set_volume) still apply.
- void stop ( )