"Jack_oscilloscope" is a user-friendly software that enables users to view waveforms easily. It is specifically designed for the JACK audio system, providing an efficient and uncomplicated way to analyze waveforms.
Installation of jack_oscrolloscope is relatively simple. Users can go to the source directory and run the "make" command, followed by "make install" (or "make PREFIX=/usr install" to specify another directory for installation).
In order to use jack_oscrolloscope, users can enter several command line options including: -n for the number of input ports, -d for the duration of audio, -c to indicate clipping, -s to disable scrolling, -x to set window width, -y to set window height, -g to utilize OpenGL for drawing, -f for video frames per second, and -h to show help.
Users can also customize their experience by editing the config file and placing default options in the ~/.jack_oscrolloscoperc file. Users can override options by using the command line or appending "0" for options that take no arguments. Currently, port arguments are not supported in the config file.
Overall, jack_oscrolloscope is a straightforward and useful software for viewing waveforms in realtime, and its ability to customize through command line options and the config file make it a versatile tool.
Version 0.6: N/A