In designer, I set “step” sound’s loop mode is Oneshot.
PlayEvent( FMOD::Event * soundEvent )
if( soundEvent == NULL )
EVENT_STATE state; soundEvent->getState( &state ) ) if( state == EVENT_STATE_READY ) soundEvent->start();
Press ‘W’ key, first call this function, state = 1, I can heard sound.
Press ‘W’ again, second call function, no sound. Check state, it equals to 9. But in Event_State, there are only value 1, 2, 4, and 8.
And if I delect this: ” if( state == EVENT_STATE_READY )”, no state check and just start event. I can’t hear sound either.
- Sam asked 12 years ago
Thanks Andrew, so my understanding is that it’s okay for example to store 4 Event pointers to the same sound (e.g. 4 separate instances of the same beeping sound with a single getEvent call for each) and expect the Event pointer to always remain valid (the same) and playable as long as the "Max playbacks" is at least 4 in the Event and "Maximum spawned sounds" is at least 4 in the Sound definition without any instance stealing going on?
Depends on your usage :
If you call Event::start() on the same event instance then you’ll hear that event instance restart.
If you have the event property "Max playbacks" set to > 1 then you can call EventGroup::getEvent() and then Event::start() which will spawn a new instance of the event each time i.e. you’ll hear them all overlapping/playing at once.
If "Max playbacks" == 3, for example, and you’ve already got 3 instances playing then when you call EventGroup::getEvent a 4th time then one of the playing event instances may be stolen depending on the event "Max playbacks behavior".
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