AUDIOSCOPE INFORMATION
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AUDIOSCOPE (This is not a container element; there is no /audioscope tag!)

Note: Since the WebTV system can play stereo sound, the audioscope traces both left and right channels.




ALIGN Name: Alignment. Description: Defines the alignment of an audioscope in relation to preceding text. Values include ABSBOTTOM, ABSMIDDLE, BASELINE, BOTTOM, LEFT, MIDDLE, RIGHT, TEXTTOP, and TOP. The default value is BASELINE. Example: AUDIOSCOPE ALIGN="value"

BORDER Name: Border. Description: Defines the width of an audioscope's borders, which are drawn with anti-aliased bevels. The value is measured in pixels. The default value is 1 pixel. Example: AUDIOSCOPE BORDER="value"

GAIN Name: Gain. Description: Defines a multiplier for the amplitude display of an audioscope. The default value is 1. Example: AUDIOSCOPE GAIN="value"

HEIGHT Name: Height. Description: Defines the height of an audioscope. The value is measured in pixels. The default value is 80 pixels. Tip: Use the HEIGHT and WIDTH attributes so that users may access text and links on a Web page while the audioscope is still loading. Example: AUDIOSCOPE HEIGHT="value" WIDTH="value"

LEFTCOLOR Name: Left color. Description: Defines the color of the line that displays the audioscope's left audio channel. Colors can be specified either as hexadecimal color values or as predefined color names. The default value is #8ECE10. Example: AUDIOSCOPE LEFTCOLOR="value"

LEFTOFFSET Name: Left offset. Description: Sets the vertical offset for the display of an audioscope's left audio channel. A positive value raises the line for the left audio channel above the center of the audioscope. A negative value lowers the line below the center. The default value is 0 pixels. Tip: An effective value for the left audio channel is 2. For example, LEFTOFFSET=2. Tip: To create an interesting visual effect on your Web page, set a positive value for LEFTOFFSET and a negative value for RIGHTOFFSET (or vice versa), imposing a separation between lines for the audioscope's two audio channels. Example: AUDIOSCOPE LEFTOFFSET="value"

MAXLEVEL Name: Maximum level. Description: Defines whether an audioscope will clip the sound according to the specified gain. The default value is FALSE. Example: AUDIOSCOPE MAXLEVEL="value"

RIGHTCOLOR Name: Right color. Description: Defines the color of the line that displays the audioscope's right audio channel. Colors can be specified either as hexadecimal color values or as predefined color names. The default value is #CE8E10. Example: AUDIOSCOPE RIGHTCOLOR="value"

RIGHTOFFSET Name: Right offset. Description: Defines the vertical offset for the display of the audioscope's right audio channel. A positive value raises the line for the right audio channel above the center of the audioscope. A negative value lowers the line below the center. The value is measured in pixels. The default value is 1 pixel. Tip: An effective value is RIGHTOFFSET=-2. Tip: To create an interesting visual effect on your Web page, set a negative value for RIGHTOFFSET and a positive value for LEFTOFFSET (or vice versa), imposing a separation between lines for the audioscope's two audio channels. Example: AUDIOSCOPE RIGHTOFFSET="value"

WIDTH Name: Width. Description: Defines the width of an audioscope. The value is measured in pixels. The default value is 100 pixels. Tip: Use in conjunction with the WIDTH and HEIGHT attributes so that users may access text and links on a page while the audioscope is still loading. Example: AUDIOSCOPE HEIGHT="value" WIDTH="value"