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Is there a way to fade a sound stream when stopping it with FSOUND_Stream_Stop?

Or do I have to do it with my own code somehow? – If this is the case, does anyone have any pointers? (crap programming pun intended!)

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Cheers Brett

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[quote="brett":2rsjn2mj]you have to fade it yourself with FSOUND_SetVolume then call FSOUND_Stream_Stop.[/quote:2rsjn2mj]
yeah, sure, especially with eq on and visual basic
wish luck

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[quote="brett":au6lhjml]you have to fade it yourself with FSOUND_SetVolume then call FSOUND_Stream_Stop.[/quote:au6lhjml]

In order to prevent my app from hanging whilst I bugger around with decrementing the volume, I will need a separate thread to decrease the volume?

Seems like a sledgehammer to crack a nut to me!

Are there any plans to perhaps incorporate a couple of new parameters into the stop functions to say fade over x seconds before stopping?

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[quote="PsychoHoseBeast":e9l3hmqi]Seems like a sledgehammer to crack a nut to me![/quote:e9l3hmqi]
It’s called giving you all the tools to do things yourself. Why restrict flexibility because some people do not want to write themselves a small fade routine? Not everyone is going to want the same fade style. What if I want a logarithmic fade? Or perhaps a sawtooth fade? Fade to half, wait a second, then fade to zero? I can’t expect Brett or Andrew to implement all of those for me.

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Now you’re just teasing. :)

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