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Record Sound

Startbeitrag von Alan am 31.07.2009 16:45

Hi,

Has anyone got an idea on how I could record sound and save it to a file from within WinDev 14 ? I can see the Video and Multimedia Player controls but no sound controls?
I had a look on the internet for freeware ActiveX sound record files, but only found Shareware ones. Because it will play such a small part in the project its not really worth my while to spend out so if anyone knows how to do it I'd be grateful.

Many thanks

Alan

Antworten:

Hi Alan,

RTFM: the most simple way to play a sound is by using the Sound( ... ) command. You have to convert any sound file (e.g. MP3) to WAV format, which is pretty uncompressed and takes some space on disk.

Regards,
Guenter



von Jimbo - am 31.07.2009 17:01
Hi Guenter,

Ok, that will come in handy, but I need also to record the sound,(of someone speaking), from the microphone built into the PC and then save it to file.

von Alan - am 31.07.2009 17:40
Hi Alan, try Windows on-board sound recorder (records to .wav)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_Recorder_%28Windows%29

use google for 'free voice recorder microphone' and goto www.sourceforge.net and use the search ..

Guenter

von Jimbo - am 31.07.2009 18:07
Hi

You can do that using the MCI functions available in wlanguage, and there is an example called WD dictaphone

Best regards



von Fabrice Harari - am 31.07.2009 18:49
Hi

You can do that using the MCI functions available in wlanguage, and there is an example called WD dictaphone ...

When you are looking for something you should try the 'guide' in the help menu, keyword sound in that case

Best regards



von Fabrice Harari - am 31.07.2009 18:50
Hi,

Ok, thanks, I'll have a look at the MCI function. I did search for 'record' in the help but didnt find a match. MCI came up when I searched for 'sound' but it didn't make it obvious that you could record sound using that command. I'll have a look at the Dictaphone example.

von Alan - am 02.08.2009 00:51
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