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Getting sound stream to play from TCP/IP

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Hello! I am working on audio compression scheme in Hong Kong. I hope to implement the compression scheme that can playback sound through TCP/IP.

Can you tell me how can I obtain sound stream from TCP/IP, so that I can decompress them and output to local sound device? What I need the programme works is just like RealAudio. That user can put the sound file in the internet, and remote user can use the application to decode and playback the sound file at their own PC.

regards,
James.
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Hi jhui, I just finnished doing something like that.....Im using Delphi 4 C/S and in the internet menu there is a StreamClient and a StreamServer  component.  I used both....

I can send you the source code if you want me to.

Regards,

Jconde
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by:jhui
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Thanks Jconde!

I only have Delphi 4 Professional version. But please sent to my e-mail address at " jameshui@geocities.com ". I think it can stills helps me.

regards,
James.
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sorry for not answering earlier!.....I didn't check my mail in a long time!

I'll send you the code as soon as I get home.  By the way....it has a strange bug!!!!...

I'm using an Audio Component which i found on DSP to record from the mic.  It works well under NT, but it fails to do so in 95 and 98...

What you'll need to do, is to correct the audio component, or use another one that works under 95 or 98.

Regards,

Jorge
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by:jhui
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Thanks Jorge!

Have you sent the programme yet? I don't know whehter does the geocities account have filter out the mail, or not.


regards,
James.
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James, you will have the code this week end!!!  

I promise :)

regards,

Jorge
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The file is on it's way!!!

Regards,

Jorge del Conde
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Hi, in order to find more about TAudio_4 check one of my questions:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q.10117161
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by:jhui
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Thanks jconde! I will study the code hardly.

Thanks again.

regards,
James.
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James, if you need any help, please let me know about it ok?

cheers,

Jorge
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by:Freaky
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Thank you !

Now I've got 10 Points less on my account and no further info !!
Why don't you post the answers in the
Experts Exchange ???

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by:goaman
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Hello jconde and jhui,
I've the same problem... could you help me out guys.. please?





Thanx in advance

GoaMan
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