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  • #12195

    Kool

    I want to make use of Qt’s AudioInput class as well as a C++ library for performing a Fast Fourier Transform.

    This would involve creating an AudioEngine in C++/Qt, linking to the FFT library and using the engine from the V-Play side.

    Is it possible to do this in V-Play in a similar way to how one would do it in QML?

    Cheers!

    #12200

    Günther
    V-Play Team

    Hi KoolBanana!

    Yes, you can create your own C++ components and use such libraries. As with QML, you can then also integrate these components in your V-Play project: Integrating C++ and QML.

    Best,
    Günther

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    Kool

    Excellent, thank you!

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