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Do any API for recording in VC?

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Slarti earned 10 total points
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Yes, look up MCI in the help files. For a more detailed answer add points.
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by:rigansen
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Who are you Slarti, a points eater ??
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You can use waveinopen ,waveinaddbuffer,
waveinprepareheader,etc.
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