Audio Capture.


It’s good to see we’re getting some comments and questions, someone has obviously found the Blog ! – one of the questions I received requested some information about audio recording on Windows CE – there are a number of API’s you should take a look at


In PB help see:


waveInOpen – this is for capture (for playback use waveOutOpen)
waveInPrepareHeader
waveInAddBuffer
waveInStart


Also check out the samples in:


public\common\SDK\SAMPLES\AUDIO\WAVREC – this is for capture


Earlier in the week I had an IM conversation with my good friend Shingo Suga from the Microsoft Japan office – he was wondering whether we could get together in Redmond this week – it’s good to catch up with Shingo over a (yep, you’ve probably guessed it already) Starbucks… how strange that I’m currently in Asia and Shingo is in Redmond…


I have a number of articles and some sample code to get finished – I have a 4 port ethernet hub and my ICOP Vortex86 reference board, and a serial mouse and mini-keyboard I purchased in Taiwan (it’s good that I can touch type otherwise I’d be completely stuck!) with me in my hotel room in Hong Kong, unfortunately I don’t have an external monitor to display the screen output from the reference board – I’m thinking it might be useful to modify the CERDISP (Windows CE Remote Display) application to auto connect to a named host – that way I can still use my reference board when on the road (it might also be useful for demos!) – this should be a fairly quick modification.


– Mike


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