This week I have performed several bug fixes and preparing for the last missing puzzle before the first evaluation – to perform FFT on selected frames, edit the spectral data and reverse it using IFFT, which the functions required have been modularized by Paul on the branch
Noise-reduction-refactoring, where the
SpectrumTransformer is introduced to the codebase.
Use EXPERIMENTAL flags on brush tool
The brush tool has now been refactored under the experimental flag
EXPERIMENTAL_BRUSH_TOOL, which is a custom CMAKE flag during compile time, the features can now be safely merged to existing codebase, team members will be able to test the feature by simply reverse the flag. (Link to commit)
List of bug fixes
After applying the effect, the state is now properly appended to history stack, making the undo and redo possible. (Link to commit)
The trace of brush stroke will be distorted after undo and redo, it has now been fixed. (Link to commit)
The apply effect button will now be correctly triggered, even in waveform view. (Link to commit)
Rebase current brushtool branch and prepare for first deliverable!
The development of brush tool has now been rebased to
Noise-reduction-refactoring, currently I am setting up new class called
SpectrumDataManager, to encapsulate most of the spectral editing behind the scenes, with a worker class inherited from