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Soundcard : RAW pchar data to 8-bit numbers (integers...or?)

Posted on 2003-10-23
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I have code which records from soundcard. I saves values in RAW format.

What should I do that it shows some numbers instead of RAW strange alphabets.

Each sample should include amplitude of sample, I would like to see what amplitude was.
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The solution:

 With WaveHdr do
    For I:=0 to dwBytesRecorded-1 do
      Sample [I]:=Ord (lpData [I]);

Best regards,
  Sasha
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by:simoha
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Hi Sasha,

How should I change your code to record from linein plug ?

Harri
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by:adlabac
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The program does not choose the input. You have to do it, instead. The easiest way is via Volume Control - double click at the speaker in the system tray, choose Options/Properties/REcording and click on OK. Then you will receive volume controls for recording, where you can enavle/disable inputs.

Best regards,
  Sasha
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