When you want to add some sounds to your web application, how are you going to do that? This video will explain.
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- [Instructor] Welcome to the video on adding sound.…In the previous video, we looked…at how we could save the information…in the local storage of the browser.…In this video, we're going to learn how to play the sound…in the browser within our dart program.…In html five, you have the audio tag.…The audio tag defines sound such as music…or other audio streams.…
The representation of the audio tag in the code,…is the AudioElement.…With the AudioElement we can play sound,…stop sound, rewind sound,…and also, we can perform a lot of actions on your audio.…On the other hand, you have the Web Audio API.…It is an advanced API where you can manipulate…and transform the sound in the browser.…The most important class of the Web Audio API,…is the AudioContext.…
Every step in the audio processing exists…out of AudioNodes.…It is a very complex API.…You can create your own synthesizer with it…or in a web game, you can modify the sound…according to the situation of the game.…Now, let's work with the sound…in our dart application.…
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