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Sounds Restart When Switching Cameras #35

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graysonk95 opened this Issue Jan 21, 2015 · 2 comments

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graysonk95 commented Jan 21, 2015

When you change from an exterior camera view to a cinecam, whatever sounds are playing restart from the beginning. This is particularly noticeable (and annoying) on vehicles with sirens.
The only camera change that doesn't restart sounds is switching from the "TV cam" view to the "chase cam".
I believe this bug was introduced in 0.39.0.

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Best way to reproduce this bug is to take an airplane, start the engines and switch camera.

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Max98 commented Jan 21, 2015

Best way to reproduce this bug is to take an airplane, start the engines and switch camera.

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I'll tackle this in my "nextstable-X-soundmanager" branch. That's where I'm dealing with weird sound management.
It probably won't be included in NextStable,though,for stability.

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only-a-ptr commented Feb 12, 2015

I'll tackle this in my "nextstable-X-soundmanager" branch. That's where I'm dealing with weird sound management.
It probably won't be included in NextStable,though,for stability.

@Max98 Max98 added this to the Post-Nextstable milestone Jun 1, 2015

@Hiradur Hiradur removed this from the Post-Nextstable milestone Oct 24, 2015

ulteq added a commit to ulteq/rigs-of-rods that referenced this issue May 13, 2016

@ulteq ulteq closed this in #910 May 13, 2016

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