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Visualize a Waveform using Tk and PDL

by lofichurch (Beadle)
on Jul 05, 2002 at 21:31 UTC ( [id://179748]=CUFP: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

A little sub that visualizes the compression and rarefaction of a waveform, given a PDL matrix containing the waveform, using Tk Frames and Canvases. Displays one canvas per channel, and zoom level (x-width) is configurable, via an argument.
sub view_wave { # # visualize a waveform using Tk frames and Canvas # # 6 arguments: # A Mainwindow object # A PDL Matrix containing the wave data # Number of bits / sample # Number of channels # Number of samples (that is, number of samples in a single channel, # not all channels combined) # Size (width) of the display, also determines granularity of displa +y # # Usage: # view_wave($main_window,$audio_pdl,16,2,$total_samples,300); # # NOTE: # The expected structure of the PDL matrix is that: # rows represent channels, columns represent samples # # That is, a pdl with dims (5000,2) has five thousand # samples in each of two channels. # # die()s on error. # # C. Church (dolljunkie@digitalkoma.com) #--------------------------- my $mw = shift; my $data = shift; my $bits = shift; my $channels = shift; my $samples = shift; my $size = shift || 300; # die if not enough arguments if(!defined($mw) || !defined($data) || !defined($bits) || !defined($c +hannels) || !defined($samples)) { die("[view_wave] Invalid # of arguments!\n"); } # set some variables needed for processing my @channel_frm; my $top_vol = 0; # maximum (absolute) volume value if($bits == 8) { $top_vol = 256; } elsif($bits == 16) { $top_vol = 2 ^ 15; } elsif($bits == 32) { $top_vol = 2 ^ 31; } elsif($bits == 64) { $top_vol = 2 ^ 63; } else { die("[view_wave] Bitrate [$bits] Not supported!\n"); } my $high_val = 0; # how many samples to move ahead for # each pixel my $most_jumps = int($samples / $size); # how many movements up or down per volume value my $ea_dispY = 150 / $top_vol; # our y-axis center point my $baselineY = 75; # create a frame to hold the display my $frame = $mw->Frame(-width => $size, -height => 150 * $channels)-> +pack(); # create a display canvas for each channel foreach (1..$channels) { push(@channel_frm,$frame->Canvas(-width => $size, -height => 150, + -relief => 'sunken', -border => 1, -background => 'white')->pack(-si +de => 'top')); } # for each channel... foreach (0..$#channel_frm) { my $cpos = $_; my $spos = 0; # reset our Y position to center my $lastYpos = $baselineY; # create a line down the center as a reference point for # compression / rarefaction $channel_frm[$cpos]->createLine(0,$baselineY,$size,$baselineY); # foreach pixel in our display... foreach (1..$size) { my $move = $_; # get the numeric sample value from the piddle my $value = at($data,$spos,$cpos); # get absolute sample value my $diff_disp = abs($value); my $Yshow = 0; # determine if we go up or down on the y-axis # compression(positive) == up # rarefaction(negative) == down if($value == 0) { $Yshow = $baselineY; } elsif($value > 0) { $Yshow = $baselineY; $Yshow -= $ea_dispY * $diff_disp; } elsif($value < 0) { $Yshow = $baselineY; $Yshow += $ea_dispY * $diff_disp; } # advance our sample position # that is, determine which sample we will # grab next from the piddle $spos += $most_jumps; # draw a line from the last sample point to the current # sample point $channel_frm[$cpos]->createLine($move - 1,$lastYpos,$move,$Y +show, -fill => 'blue'); # remember where we just left off $lastYpos = $Yshow; } } return(1); }

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Re: Visualize a Waveform using Tk and PDL
by Anonymous Monk on May 14, 2007 at 05:44 UTC
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