[pulseaudio-discuss] Standardising on the amount of software amplification is presented to the user
gmane at colin.guthr.ie
Mon Apr 19 00:56:18 PDT 2010
'Twas brillig, and Lennart Poettering at 19/04/10 04:52 did gyre and gimble:
> So to make things clean we could just say +11dB (amplitude) as max. And
> claim this is the ultimate truth. ;-)
Sounds good to me. I love the fact that this volume scale goes up to
11!! You know... one louder \o/ Spinal Tap FTW!
Brilliantly, the Flash player on the BBC website has a volume scale that
goes up to 11. Love the homage :p
I know this wont be exposed as such, but it makes me smile on the inside.
>> #ifndef PA_VOLUME_OVERDRIVE
>> # define PA_VOLUME_OVERDRIVE (pa_sw_volume_from_dB(+10.57f))
>> So that I can use the new constant in the code to replace any hardcoded
>> (1.5*PA_VOLUME_NORM)s or just PA_VOLUME_NORMs on their own depending on app.
>> Does that seem sensible?
> Yes, absolutely.
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