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Oscilloscope class

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The Oscilloscope class, accessible through the control's DisplayOscilloscope property, contains information needed to render the embedded Oscilloscope visual feedback.

 

It can be used at Run-time in order to create the embedded Oscilloscope and to change its graphic settings. For details about using Visual Feedbacks refer to the How to use the embedded Visual Feedbacks section

 

The Oscilloscope class is implemented through the following methods and properties:

 

Methods

 

Create

CreateNew

Resize

Show

SetHwnd

SetBackPictureFromFile

SetBackPictureFromHandle

 

Properties

 

LineWidth

ColorLine

ColorBackground

Type

ZoomPerc

 

The following code snippets show how to create and change this object in your code. These examples assume that you have placed a control named audioDjStudio1 on a form or dialog and that you want to change a couple of graphic settings (Line and Background colors).

 

Visual Basic.NET

 

Here follows the code needed to perform the requested operations

 

' create the Oscilloscope on player 0 over an existing control

AudioDjStudio1.DisplayOscilloscope.Create(0, PictureBox1.Handle)

 

' set the blue color for Oscilloscope line of player 0

AudioDjStudio1.DisplayOscilloscope.set_ColorLine(0, Color.Blue)

 

' set the white color for Oscilloscope background of player 0

AudioDjStudio1.DisplayOscilloscope.set_ColorBackground(0, Color.White)

 

Visual C#.NET

 

Here follows the code needed to perform the requested operations

// create the Oscilloscope on player 0 over an

existing control

audioDjStudio1.DisplayOscilloscope.Create(0, pictureBox1.Handle);

 

// set the blue color for Oscilloscope line of player 0

audioDjStudio1.DisplayOscilloscope.set_ColorLine (0, Color.Blue);

 

// set the white color for Oscilloscope background of player 0

audioDjStudio1.DisplayOscilloscope.set_ColorBackground(0, Color.White);