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Enable audio recording on my webpage

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Hi, all:

I need to implement a recording functionality on my asp.net webpage.
the rough idea is user click a button, then I start recording what the
user speaked and then save it as a wave file on server side.
I did some research on web but found only
Microsoft.Web.UI.SpeechControls. Is that the right way to do what I
want to do. I am pretty new on speech controls. Any suggestion and more
info are appreeciated.

Thanks a lot
-rockdale

Dec 12 '06 #1
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Is the activeX means that non-IE web browser users can not use this
functionality?

I am wondering how those push-to-talk customer service web site work?

Thanks

Peter wrote:
The problem you have with this is that whatever you expose to the user in
their browser is strictly client-side, so it would have to be an ActiveX
control hosted in the web page. You may be able to find some out there. The
control would need to HTTP POST the recorded file to your server where it
would be deposited on the fileSystem.
Peter

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"rockdale" wrote:
Hi, all:

I need to implement a recording functionality on my asp.net webpage.
the rough idea is user click a button, then I start recording what the
user speaked and then save it as a wave file on server side.
I did some research on web but found only
Microsoft.Web.UI.SpeechControls. Is that the right way to do what I
want to do. I am pretty new on speech controls. Any suggestion and more
info are appreeciated.

Thanks a lot
-rockdale
Dec 13 '06 #2

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"rockdale" <ro************@gmail.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@l12g2000cwl.googlegr oups.com...
Is the activeX means that non-IE web browser users can not use this
functionality?
Yes - if you want something cross-browser, you'd need to look at a Java
applet...
Dec 13 '06 #3

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