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I wrote a GDNative plugin that generates an audio sample in a raw PCM format (2 channels 16 bit at a specified sampling rate) and stores it in a buffer.

Now, I want to create an audio sample in Godot from this data.
Is there any way to do this?

Solutions using either GDScript or GDNative would be great.

asked May 18, 2018 in Engine by Akorian (99 points)
edited May 18, 2018 by Akorian

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After messing around with it some more I managed to solve this issue myself, here's what I did:

I generated the PCM audio data as usual and returned it from GDNative back to GDScript as pool byte array. I then created a new AudioSampleStream in GDScript, set all the appropriate parameters and set the .data property to the pool byte array I mentioned above:

func RenderToSample():
    var Sample = AudioStreamSample.new()
    Sample.data = NativeObj_IPxtone.RenderToSample()
    Sample.format = AudioStreamSample.FORMAT_16_BITS
    Sample.loop_mode = AudioStreamSample.LOOP_DISABLED
    Sample.loop_begin = 0
    Sample.loop_end = 0
    Sample.mix_rate = SamplesPerSecond

    if NumChannels == 2:
        Sample.stereo = true
        Sample.stereo = false

    return Sample

! Note that doing this might be unsafe, as the .data property is not found anywhere in Godot's documentation.

answered May 19, 2018 by Akorian (99 points)
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