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Hi Brett. I see you are not letting yourself rest between releases. :)

Are you still planning to auto-generate the Delphi headers? If that is still a way off, should I keep updating the Delphi headers?

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Hello Brett!!
I have a project in VB6 with Fmod and I think re to make it in VB.Net. Some problem exists to use Fmod with VB.Net? Is necessary make some wrapper?
Is it as asy as in VB?

Good work!
Tanks.

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[quote="Colores":2ju2ez5l]Hello Brett!!
I have a project in VB6 with Fmod and I think re to make it in VB.Net. Some problem exists to use Fmod with VB.Net? Is necessary make some wrapper?
Is it as asy as in VB?

Good work!
Tanks.[/quote:2ju2ez5l]As far as I know VB.net has no way to directly convert VB6 wrappers/interfaces.. However, once someone writes a managed wrapper/interface (in C#, MC++, VB.net, whatever) you’ll be able to use that.

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If you have a VB6 module with the FMod Ex declarations in it, then most of the work can be done automatically by importing a vb6 project with the module into vb.net.

I have tried once myself with the FMod3 module, and I didn’t have to change much to get it working in .Net

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Ok. 8)

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Hi,

Any code snippets (prev. Delphi) on how to get Multi ASIO output up and running?

gr. Harold

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hi brett,

netstreaming works fine, but not when i stop and play another stream
i use:

Play first-time:

system create
init
SetStreamBufferSize
SetFileBufferSize
CreateSound
while(!channel)
{
PlaySound
}

then stop:
Fmod_channel_stop

then play again, or another stream
CreateSound
if (!channel)
{
PlaySound
}

the problem:
channel is not null the second time.

i also tryed to recall init, systemcreate…channel remains not null.

i must manually set channel to null.

whats wrong?

thannks,
Thomas.

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Yesterday I tried to create a small loop on a MP3. The loop didn’t work, and when I tried to set the LoopCount it gave me an error saying I had to report it….

PS. Using Delphi

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hi brett,

yes,
it was passed to channel::stop and it is not nulled

try it….

do you call it a feature, or is it a bug?

bye,
Thomas.

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