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Record from soundcard

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Dear AutoITers,

I have been trying to record from soundcard a couple months back, without success. However I've restarted my project and thought it could be wise to ask you guys for some help.

Using this UDF I can record from microphone etc. with winmm.dll: http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...record&st=0.

Problem is that I can't figure out how to change this UDF to record from soundcard instead of microphone. I could not find anything on MSDN etc. either..

Maybe you guys have any idea?

Thanks in advance..

- Tom

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[record from sound card?]

Well, I assume that you *WANT* to code it yourself. Anyhow, you might want to take a look at No23 Recorder. It already does what you want, and the GUI can be controlled using autoit3.

Regards, Rudi.


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Well, I assume that you *WANT* to code it yourself. Anyhow, you might want to take a look at No23 Recorder. It already does what you want, and the GUI can be controlled using autoit3.

Regards, Rudi.

Hi, I need to record gapless.

Aka at point A there may be no delay:

1. record -> stop

A

3. record -> stop -> A -> step 1

By using a third party program there will definately be lag between these steps.

So, I need to use winmm.dll with autoit directly.

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It might not even be possible to do such thing with winmm.dll?

I was hoping for someone with experience with this dll.

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It might not even be possible to do such thing with winmm.dll?

I was hoping for someone with experience with this dll.

Again: Use No23 Recorder. Record *ALL* you need to record. Cut into the correct pieces later on, eg MP3DirectCut.exe

Regards, Rudi.


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