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@Neo:

Oh yes, I can only confirm what you are stating :-) "One persons service is another persons application".

Thanks, Andre.
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mlib_SignalLimit(3MLIB) 				    mediaLib Library Functions					   mlib_SignalLimit(3MLIB)

NAME
mlib_SignalLimit, mlib_SignalLimit_S16_S16, mlib_SignalLimit_S16S_S16S, mlib_SignalLimit_S16, mlib_SignalLimit_S16S, mlib_Signal- Limit_F32_F32, mlib_SignalLimit_F32S_F32S, mlib_SignalLimit_F32, mlib_SignalLimit_F32S - signal hard limiting SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lmlib [ library... ] #include <mlib.h> mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_S16_S16(mlib_s16 *dst, const mlib_s16 *src, const mlib_s16 *low, const mlib_s16 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_S16S_S16S(mlib_s16 *dst, const mlib_s16 *src, const mlib_s16 *low, const mlib_s16 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_S16(mlib_s16 *srcdst, const mlib_s16 *low, const mlib_s16 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_S16S(mlib_s16 *srcdst, const mlib_s16 *low, const mlib_s16 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_F32_F32(mlib_f32 *dst, const mlib_f32 *src, const mlib_f32 *low, const mlib_f32 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_F32S_F32S(mlib_f32 *dst, const mlib_f32 *src, const mlib_f32 *low, const mlib_f32 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_F32(mlib_f32 *srcdst, const mlib_f32 *low, const mlib_f32 *high, mlib_s32 n); mlib_status mlib_SignalLimit_F32S(mlib_f32 *srcdst, const mlib_f32 *low, const mlib_f32 *high, mlib_s32 n); DESCRIPTION
Each of these functions performs hard limiting. For monaural signals, the following equation is used: dst[i] = low[0] if src[i] < low[0] dst[i] = src[i] if low[0] <= src[i] < high[0] dst[i] = high[0] if src[i] >= high[0] where i = 0, 1, ..., (n - 1). For stereo signals, the following equation is used: dst[2*i] = low[0] if src[2*i] < low[0] dst[2*i] = src[2*i] if low[0] <= src[2*i] < high[0] dst[2*i] = high[0] if src[2*i] >= high[0] dst[2*i+1] = low[1] if src[2*i+1] < low[1] dst[2*i+1] = src[2*i+1] if low[1] <= src[2*i+1] < high[1] dst[2*i+1] = high[1] if src[2*i+1] >= high[1] where i = 0, 1, ..., (n - 1). PARAMETERS
Each of the functions takes some of the following arguments: dst Destination signal array. src Source signal array. srcdst Source and destination signal array. low Lower input limit. In the stereo version, low[0] contains the lower limit for channel 0, and low[1] contains the lower limit for channel 1. high Upper input limit. In the stereo version. high[0] contains the upper limit for channel 0, and high[1] contains the upper limit for channel 1. n Number of samples in the source signal array. RETURN VALUES
Each of the functions returns MLIB_SUCCESS if successful. Otherwise it returns MLIB_FAILURE. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Interface Stability |Committed | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |MT-Level |MT-Safe | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
attributes(5) SunOS 5.11 2 Mar 2007 mlib_SignalLimit(3MLIB)

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