Someone please help. I have posted a topic in the C# forum and have not gotten a reply yet. I figured I would post it here to ask for some information on how to do this in any language. Here is what I am trying to do:
I am currently using Windows Media Encoder 9.0 in C# to encode an audio file into a wma format. Basically the user runs this program to record input from a microphone into a WMA format. I can also navigate the file(fast forward and rewind during playback). What I would like to be able to do is for the user to navigate to a certain position and start recording in that spot of the file without overwriting what was recorded before that spot. Basically duplicating the actions of a tape recorder. Can someone please give me some pointers on how to accomplish this. If no information can be given specifically on this, I could use some information on how to edit a wma file. More specifically on how to append an audio file. I need some information on how to do this in C#, but I will accept information on how to do this in any language as that may help me determine how to accomplish this in C#. This question would be worth 1000 points if someone could find some helpful information for me. For the time I will award the maximum of 500 for a post to anyone that can help.
Thanks for any and all attempts,