You talk about discrete values (whether the analog sample points, or the infinitesimal image pixels). BUT, these are in some way, averages. In a digital camera, the pixel value is the integral across about 90% of the pixel-pitch. In analog audio, is it an instantaneous sample, or an average over the preceding sample-interval, or is it sometimes even more "blurred" than that? Also, when performing DAC, how do we get rid of the stairstep so perfectly without distortion? --[[User:RichardNeill|RichardNeill]] 07:51, 4 March 2013 (PST)
What's the correct way to plot a reconstructed waveform? If I have an array of samples and play them back through a DAC, the oscilloscope shows a smooth curve. But plotting them with eg matplotlib shows a stairstep. Thanks --[[User:RichardNeill|RichardNeill]] 07:58, 4 March 2013 (PST)
I have a strange issue with the gtk-bounce program - on (k)ubuntu 12.10, spectrum and waveform work just fine, but if I scroll into the gtk-bounce panel, the cursor disappears. Anyone seen that behaviour? - Julf
One issue I'm not sure you have covered, relates content with short, loud sections (e.g. more like a movie or maybe classical music, less like pop music).
Is this a real problem?? Is this ever an audible?
[[User:Klodj|Klodj]] 21:59, 11 March 2013 (PDT)