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reading an writing audio files

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hi,

i wud like to know if there is any way in which i cud read audio files an write them back... is it possible to read audio files like text files an wrte them back.i need to send audio fils across the socket an write them back ...cud anyone help me.
thanks in advance
Apr 28 '08 #1
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swts
16
hi,

i need to know if there is a method to read an audio file silimar to text files? in my proj i need to read an audio file, digitally sign it, send it across the sicket an write it back an play it.... i tried to read an write using the normal stream reader but a lot of data was lost. is there any built in class or method tat cud help me perform this operation??i tried to read an write an .amr file.

thanks in advance
Apr 28 '08 #2
Plater
7,872 Expert 4TB
Hi,
Please don't double post your questions. It's against the posting guidelines.

I have merged the threads.
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Apr 28 '08 #3
swts
16
hi,

i apologise for double posting.cud anyone help me resolve this problem.??
Apr 29 '08 #4
Plater
7,872 Expert 4TB
Yes, you can open the file, read in bytes, and send them over the socket then write them back like you can with any other files.
Apr 29 '08 #5

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