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get audio from mic

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Hello all, I was wondering if it is possible to record from the mic using autoit? I am working on an instant message program, and am looking for a way to suport audio streaming over a network, and tips or direction on this matter would be much appeciated.

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Look at the BASS UDF in the examples section. BTW, streaming audio is not the same as recording audio.


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Look at the BASS UDF in the examples section. BTW, streaming audio is not the same as recording audio.

They are basically the same process, I didn't know if there would be a way of getting audio in "real-time" (a stream of binary data) so I was going to attempt to stream the audio by splitting it into short files and sending them one after another, or something of the sort, I will have a look at this UDF and see what is has to offer.

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