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       Prototyper - Runs CLAM networks with a Qt interface


       Prototyper [Network.clamnetwork [Interface.ui]] [-o] [-d backend1 [-d backend2]...]


       The   Prototyper  runs  audio  processing  networks  created  by  the  CLAM  NetworkEditor
       (.clamnetwork) which can be controlled using a Qt user interface (.ui) created by  the  Qt
       Designer to control it.

       Qt  widget  names  on the interface will be used to connect the widgets the proper network
       elements.  See the CLAM NetworkEditor tutorial for more detailed explanation.  on  how  to
       specify such binding.

       If no interface is provided on the command line, the Prototyper will look for an interface
       with the same name than the network and the proper extension.  If anything else fails then
       a minimalistic default interface will be used.

       You  can  also  provide a list of audio backends to try.  Most common backends are 'alsa',
       'jack', 'portaudio'...  They will be probed in order and the first  one  working  will  be
       selected. If none of the selected works then the default list of backends for the platform
       will be tried.

       The -o option executes the network without any interface


       CLAM development team (clam (at)


       NetworkEditor(1), designer-qt4(1), QtSMSTools(1), Annotator(1) (Network Editor Tutorial)