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Posted on 1997-04-24
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I wrote the following Callback-Function in order to
add the filled buffer, which is returned by the driver, again to drivers queue. I don't know why it doesn't work.
The driver stopps recording when the buffer is filled.
I would be verry glad if you could help me.

stephan




void CALLBACK  __export  WaveProc(

       HWAVE  hWave,      // handle of waveform device
       UINT  uMsg,      // sent message
       DWORD  dwInstance,      // instance data
       DWORD  dwParam1,      // application-defined parameter
       DWORD  dwParam2      // application-defined parameter
       )
{

 LPWAVEHDR lpWaveHdrTemp = (LPWAVEHDR) dwParam1;

  if( uMsg == WIM_DATA)
       {

             waveInUnprepareHeader((HWAVEIN) hWave, lpWaveHdrTemp ,sizeof(WAVEHDR) ) ;
              waveInPrepareHeader((HWAVEIN)hWave, lpWaveHdrTemp, sizeof(WAVEHDR));
              waveInAddBuffer((HWAVEIN)hWave, lpWaveHdrTemp, sizeof(WAVEHDR));
             
       }
}


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API Reference for WaveProc says:Applications should not call any system-defined functions from inside a callback function, except for EnterCriticalSection, LeaveCriticalSection, midiOutLongMsg, midiOutShortMsg, OutputDebugString, PostMessage, PostThreadMessage, SetEvent, timeGetSystemTime, timeGetTime, timeKillEvent, and timeSetEvent. Calling other wave functions will cause deadlock.

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By the way, I said it before in answer to your question Q861187135 (4/16/97). But 'this question is locked until stephan papadakis evaluates the answer'  :(.
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by:stephan papadakis
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Thank's a lot for your answere.

The only problem is, how can i solve my problem?

What should i do know. Should i create a dummy Callback -Window?

If i do so the waveinopen-function returns errorcode 11h

wich means "function is called with wrong parameters".

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by:stephan papadakis
ID: 1396907
Thank's a lot for your answere.

The only problem is, how can i solve my problem?

What should i do know. Should i create a dummy Callback -Window?

If i do so the waveinopen-function returns errorcode 11h

wich means "function is called with wrong parameters".

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by:NickRepin
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To avoid crash, you can try to process buffers in your window procedure, not in the callback function. For example:// Define our notify message#define WMU_FINISHED   (WM_USER+1)// Fill it with handle of our windowHWND wnd;// Callback functionvoid CALLBACK WaveProc(HWAVE hWave, UINT uMsg, DWORD dwInstance, DWORD dwParam1, DWORD dwParam2)
{
  if( uMsg == WIM_DATA) {
      // Device driver is finished!      // Notify our window.      PostMessage(wnd,WMU_FINISHED,0,(LPARAM) dwParam1);   }}// Here is our window procedure... wndProc(HWND hWnd,UINT uMsg,WPARAM wParam,LPARAM lParam){   LPWAVEHDR lpWaveHdrTemp = (LPWAVEHDR) lParam;
  switch(uMsg) {      // ...      case WMU_FINISHED:
          waveInUnprepareHeader((HWAVEIN) hWave, lpWaveHdrTemp, sizeof(WAVEHDR));
          waveInPrepareHeader((HWAVEIN)hWave, lpWaveHdrTemp, sizeof(WAVEHDR));
          waveInAddBuffer((HWAVEIN)hWave, lpWaveHdrTemp, sizeof(WAVEHDR));
      // .....
}Also you can try to use callback window instead of callback function. May be there are no restrictions on calling wave* functions from inside of callback window.P.S. It will be nice if you can post me your source code to nick@rtzi.ru

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Thank's a lot.

I got it.
The problem is solved.


stephan
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