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Recording from microphone

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What is the best way to record from a microphone or line in in a unmanaged
C++ program?

I found a C# sample using DirectSound but we prefer an unmanaged C++ version
with no need of .NET.

Many thanks
Olaf
Nov 30 '05 #1
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"Olaf Baeyens" <ol**********@skyscan.be> wrote in message
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What is the best way to record from a microphone or line in in a unmanaged
C++ program?


You ought to post again in the multimedia group:

microsoft.public.win32.programmer.mmedia

On your way over you can take a look at the ancient waveform audio API -
waveInOpen(), waveInPrepareHeader(), waveInAddBuffer() etc. That technique
has worked for as long a time as there has been audio support in Windows.

Regards,
Will
Dec 2 '05 #2

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> > What is the best way to record from a microphone or line in in a
unmanaged
C++ program?
You ought to post again in the multimedia group:

microsoft.public.win32.programmer.mmedia

That is a good idea
On your way over you can take a look at the ancient waveform audio API -
waveInOpen(), waveInPrepareHeader(), waveInAddBuffer() etc. That technique
has worked for as long a time as there has been audio support in Windows.

Currently that is what we are trying now.
But I am wondering if the .NET 2.0 has any direct support for recording
sound?

Thanks for the repy :-)
Dec 6 '05 #3

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