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Hi,
Does anyone can hear any difference in distance when doppler effect is set between 1-5 (whatever).
It doesn’t work for me (for now I am using lowpass and occlusion).
Take care,
James

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Hi James,

The lowpass/occlusion feature is orthogonal to the doppler effect. The doppler effect simulates the compression of sound waves based on object movement relative to the listener. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doppler_effect

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I also asked if you can hear that in fmod? I cant.
So I am simulating this effect using occlusion and low pas -because the effect is similar.

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Yes I have tested it and it works as expected. Lowpass is significantly different to the doppler effect, I think there might be some kind of miscommuncation happening here. If you open up FMOD EventPlayer you can easily test the doppler effect on your events by creating a circle movement with the listener on the edge of the circle. That will make the sound go toward the listener very fast (pitched up) and then pass the listener (pitched down).

I made a quick video to demonstrate the feature:
http://52.88.2.202/files/doppler_facto … ration.wmv

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Thank you very much Peter.
Actually I checked it out a few days ago and it finally worked.

But your video proven it again- and I guess it would be useful for others:)

btw. maybe you know an answer for thread below:p

Take care.
James

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[quote="peter":2irhszx2]Yes I have tested it and it works as expected. Lowpass is significantly different to the doppler effect, I think there might be some kind of miscommuncation happening here. If you open up FMOD EventPlayer you can easily test the doppler effect on your events by creating a circle movement with the listener on the edge of the circle. That will make the sound go toward the listener very fast (pitched up) and then pass the listener (pitched down).

I made a quick video to demonstrate the feature:
http://52.88.2.202/files/doppler_facto … ration.wmv[/quote:2irhszx2]

Looks like the video link is down. Can someone report this?

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