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This class is used to create an ambient background sound that is non-directional.
For an ambient source to be played, a player is always required. In case an ambient source needs to be played when neither a world, nor the editor are loaded, a player should be created in the system script unigine.cpp; otherwise, no sound will be heard.
AmbientSource (string name, int stream = 0)Constructor. Creates a new ambient sound source using a given sound file.
- string name - Path to the sound file.
- int stream = 0 - Positive value to create a streaming source, 0 to create a static source. If the flag is set, the sample will not be fully loaded into memory. Instead, its successive parts will be read one by one into a memory buffer.
float getGain ()Returns volume of the sound.
Return valueVolume. 0 means muted, 1 means maximum volume.
float getLength ()Returns the total length of the sound sample.
Return valueLength of the sample in seconds.
int getLoop ()Returns a value indicating if the sample is looped.
Return valuePositive number if the sample is looped; otherwise, 0.
float getPitch ()Returns a sound pitch.
Return valueFactor, by which the current pitch will be multiplied.
string getSampleName ()Returns the name of the sound file.
Return valuePath to the sound file.
int getSourceMask ()Returns a bit mask that determines to what sound channels the source belongs to. For a sound source to be heard, its mask should match at least with the player's sound mask in at least one bit.
Return valueInteger, each bit of which specifies a sound channel.
float getTime ()Returns the current time, at which the sample is being played.
Return valueTime in seconds.
int isPlaying ()Returns a value indicating if the sample is being played.
Return value1 if the sample is being played; otherwise, 0.
int isStopped ()Returns a value indicating if playback is stopped.
Return value1 if the sample is stopped; otherwise, 0.
void play ()Starts playing the sample.
void setGain (float gain)Sets volume of the sound.
- float gain - Volume. 0 means muted, 1 means maximum volume.
void setLoop (int mode)Sets a value indicating if the sample should be looped.
- int mode - Positive number to loop the sample, 0 to play it only once.
void setPitch (float pitch)Sets a sound pitch.
- float pitch - Factor, by which the current pitch will be multiplied.
void setSourceMask (int mask)Updates a bit mask that determines to what sound channels the source belongs to. For a sound source to be heard, its mask should match with the player's sound mask in at least one bit.
- int mask - Integer, each bit of which specifies a sound channel.
void setTime (float time)Sets time, from which the sample should be played.
- float time - Time in seconds.
void stop ()Stops playback. This function saves the playback position so that playing of the file can be resumed from the same point.
Last update: 2017-07-03
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