It is still there and still working (I just made a quick test) and its functionality has not been changed!
Each mixer-channel has an option called 'Enable Silence Detection':
If checked the audio level of this mixer channel is constantly monitored. If the level stays for a certain time below a certain threshold the 'OnDetectSilence' event will be raised as well as AutoPlay might automatically be turned on (see general settings).
General Settings; section 'Mixing/Fading':
Silence when below:
Defines the audio level in dB which should be used to identify silence in a mixer channel.
The mixer channel is considered silent, when the level falls below this threshold.
Note: If you have enabled multiple mixer channels for silence detection ALL these mixer channels must be silent before any action is performed.
Silence for at least:
Defines the time in seconds a mixer channel's level must stay below the defined threshold until silence is effectively detected.
Note: If you have enabled multiple mixer channels for silence detection ALL these mixer channels must be stay below the threshold for the given time until any action is performed.
Defined the condition when silence detection is effectively active. Only with Scheduler:
If checked the Silence Detection is only active if the Scheduler is also running.
Defines the default action to perform when silence was detected. Start AutoPlay:
If selected and silence was detected for more than the specified time, AutoPlay will be set automatically.
To perform any other custom specific action when silence was detected, you might use the global 'OnDetectSilence' event (see Events/Commands).
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