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Beep(f1, volume1, f2, volume2, duration)

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microera

Hi

standard beep is this:

Beep ( [ Frequency [, Duration ]] )

is possible with aoutoit make:

Beep ( [ Frequency1, volume1, Frequency2, volume2,Duration ]] )

1 ... mean left audio channel

2 ... mean right audio channel

Possible?

Any info please.....

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Andreik

Not using Beep. Maybe with BASS UDF you have a chance.


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microera

The PC speaker doesn't have any channels, so no.

.then f1, f2, volume, duration must exists!

If not why have stereo output?

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BrewManNH

Beep works with the internal PC speaker, and in newer versions of Windows sends it through your sound card instead. But, it's still monaural, it plays the same sound through both speakers. Use something else, Beep isn't going to work.


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themaskedwolf

Beep works with the internal PC speaker, and in newer versions of Windows sends it through your sound card instead. But, it's still monaural, it plays the same sound through both speakers. Use something else, Beep isn't going to work.

is there a way to get it to go to ur pc speaker on newer versions of windows?

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boniakowski

Hi

standard beep is this:

Beep ( [ Frequency [, Duration ]] )

is possible with aoutoit make:

Beep ( [ Frequency1, volume1, Frequency2, volume2,Duration ]] )

1 ... mean left audio channel

2 ... mean right audio channel

Possible?

Any info please.....

 

 

I work in a factory developing some tests for certain brands of computers in my country. I had this kind of problems that I have solved using external tools and using autoit to implement.
 
I use as an example: nircmd.exe
 
 
is a very powerful tool for command line developed by NirSoft people.
 
upload an example in which I use a route on my desk with a folder in which I have command nircmd.exe can see the program help for more information, if I remember correctly you can use also independent channels, I just now collaborate in the how to increase volume and lower overall computer.
 
Greetings.
Christian.
 
 
$CurUsr = EnvGet("USERPROFILE")
$DskTp = $CurUsr & "\Desktop"



;FREQUENCY 1
;LEVEL UP SPEAKERS 100%
Run( $DskTp & '\TEST\COMMAND\nircmd.exe setsysvolume 70000 "Altavoces"' , $DskTp & '\TEST\COMMAND\', '', @SW_HIDE)
Beep(900, 2000)

;FREQUENCY 2
;LEVEL DOWN SPEAKERS 60%
Run( $DskTp & '\TEST\COMMAND\nircmd.exe setsysvolume 38000 "Altavoces"' , $DskTp & '\TEST\COMMAND\', '', @SW_HIDE)
Beep(1100, 2000)

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