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I want to write my audio output to a file, and ideally format that file as an MP3. E.g., I have a script that uses randomization to make many amusing sounds using Beep(), and I want to make an MP3 of 5 minutes' worth of this script.

I'm running AutoIt 3.2.0.1. Is there a newer version that has a built-in audio capture function, or do I need to write this myself? If I need to make it myself, where do I start learning about controlling audio output?

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Try the forum search function through the example scripts section.

I know there have been posts about audio-interaction.

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OK, I'm working with Svennie's Media UDF and using the _MediaRecord function, but it only seems to read from the microphone. I want it to read the actual audio that's generated from playing audio files such as streams or scripts.

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What if you manually change the input through the sound option in windows?

start > run > sndvol32.exe

Click options, properties, select recording and enable "Stereo" and "Microphone" only.

Check stereo input, when your done just check microphone again

Not sure if that will work though

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Works with 'Wave Out Mix'.


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Why doesn't Beep() work for me? :)

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