In the case of inverted peaks (caused by “digital roll-over”), the combination of this “fix inverted peak” followed by ClipFix can salvage a recording - it will probably still not sound good, but a considerable improvement from the diabolical sound of inverted peaks.
How about something like the below?
A reminder in the actual plugin window to switch off the filters depending on intended use.
If you think it’s a good way to go, will then update the original download link with the new version.
Perhaps it can be reworded, English is not my first language so I sometimes get things wrong.
Looks good to me.
I generally prefer to leave the old versions on the forum - it helps to show the development process for anyone that is interested in following the discussion.
When you decide that you have a plug-in that is ready for public use, start a new topic in this section of the forum: New Plug-Ins - Audacity Forum , include the plug-in, and sufficient information for people to be able to use it effectively.
If you would like it to be uploaded to the wiki, there’s a fairly standard layout for the “documentation” - see: Missing features - Audacity Support
OK, will test the plugin further for the next day or two then start a new thread and make it available.
Thanks Steve for your time and input, much appreciated.