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Bug Report: offline pipo ircamdescriptor progress output

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Hello,

I am using the following object for feature extraction:

[mubu.process masom-seg-2.02 audio ircamdescriptor @ircamdescriptor.descriptors SpectralFlatness Loudness PerceptualSpectralDecrease PerceptualTristimulus MFCC @progressoutput input @process 0 @name features @ircamdescriptor.WindowSize 1024 @ircamdescriptor.HopSize 512 @info gui “interface multibpf, autobounds 1, colormode rainbow, showcolnames 1″]

The progress output stucks on a number less than 1.0 in some cases, such as 0.99981. It is actually a consistent bug that I get with certain audio files. Scheduler is on overdrive and audio interrupt is on. The audio is turned off.

Thank you,

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“platform” : “mac”,
“arch” : “x86″,
“osversion” : “Mac OS X Version 10.10.5 x86_64″,
“samplerate” : 44100,
“iovs” : 1024,
“sigvs” : 64,
“scheduler_in_audio_interrupt” : “on”,
“audio_drivername” : “Core Audio”,
“audio_driver_subname” : “”,
“license” : “term”,
“machine_id” : “266cd7bfaef49fcf1c6243421a128e6b”,
“eventinterval” : 1,
“overdrive” : “on”,
“mixerparallel” : “off”,
“mixercrossfade” : 0,
“mixerlatency” : 30.0,
“mixerramptime” : 10.0,
“videoengine” : “avf”,
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“domains” : 1
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July 27, 2017 at 04:14 #23211
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schwarz

Hi Ktatar, this is habitual. You can detect the end of processing by watching the “done” message at the rightmost outlet, “alldone” for all buffers.

PS, please post large patches as attachment, not inline.

July 27, 2017 at 08:05 #23212
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ktatar

That works! Thanks,

July 27, 2017 at 08:33 #23213

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