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How to save a Wav file ?

Posted on 2002-03-27
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i am using VB5, with Multimedia MCI control. When running the program, after recording, how do i save it onto hardisk as wav file ?

i have tried the following but doesn't work:

  MM.Notify = False
  MM.Wait = True
  MM.Shareable = False
  MM.DeviceType = "WaveAudio"
  fmEdit1.MM.filename = xxxx
  fmEdit1.MM.Command = "Save"


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