Hello, how are you fine friends? I was wondering is it at all possible to plug a peak meter in unreal engine 4 with FMOD? I’m trying to make a sound detector display so that depending where the detector is pointed it detects the sound, I’m a developer learning how to program right now. Thank you for your time.
I have an attachment of the example of what I’m trying to recreate (First image) as you can see on the left hand side is a loudness meter which detects sounds depending on the direction you’re facing.
Here is what I have so far in my Unreal project (second Image). I Just need to get the loudness meter working and the camera part is done.
You could use the FMOD_DSP_METERING_INFO to get the levels for each channel.
We do a similar thing in the Unity integration for the debug window.
Here is a sudo code example of what you could do:
for each (i = outputMetering.numchannels)
value = outputMetering.rmsLevel[i] * outputMetering.rmsLevel[i]
// Each channel represents a speaker.
// Here it is up to you what you do with this information.
// In Unity we combine all the values to give one overall value.
float db = value > 0 ? 20.0f * Log10(value * Sqrt(2.0f)) : -80.0f;
if (db > 10.0f) db = 10.0f;