Simple DLL call using coldfusion or vb

Posted on 2007-10-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I'd like to to use a voice to text dll provided by research-labs (sdk is available here  I simply want to call the dll, passing in a wav file and have it output a transcript of the audio in text format.  Based on the documentation, i think i should be able to do this by creating the com object and calling vStart, passing the necessary parameters.  I've looked at the code from the sample apps and have tried to contact support, but I haven't been successful with any of my attempts.

If somebody could please either show me vb code or coldfusion code that calls this dll and simply converts a wav file to text, I would appreciate it greatly.  
Question by:dcodez
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    Expert Comment

    Can you post a link to the documentation and what code you've tried?
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    Accepted Solution

    research labs support fixed the bug that was in their dll

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