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I’m hoping of using fmod to read the vu-meter of the wave-channel, is this possible? I’ve tested the samplecode, in that example you need to load the stream you want to monitor.. I want to monitor all sound on the wave-table… is this possible with fmod?

Regards, Anders

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it probably connects directly into the nvidia drivers, it may be possible but i dont think so

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so fmod is a dead end then? I’ve tried to get in touch with nvidia support about this but they only forward me to the gfx-card manufactures. And the gfx-manufactures only have end user support. So its looks really hard to recive SDK support… :/

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anyone? Is it possible? A yes or no would do fine…

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Im not sure exactly what your asking, but do you want to plot the whole wave file as a waveform? Its possible, you can load a sample, lock the data and plot the waveform from the locked sample data.

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I dont want to load any sounds and monitor their volumes.. i want to moitor the volume from teh system wave channel.. i want to get the curernt VU/sprectrum from all wave material, games, movies everything, not just sounds played using fmod.. is this possible?

I hope it makes it a little more clear…

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take a look at the recording example and set your recording line in the windows mixer to wave

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thanks will do…

edit:
i cant access the examples in the download menu.. nothing happens when i press it.. anyone having a direct link?

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aha.. the record sample was in the API SDK…

I have to admit that i’m not that good with C.. but do i really need to record to get the volume of the input? Isnt it possible just to get the levels on the line without recording?

What im trying todo is a vu-meter / specrum anylyzer for this,

[img:12tftzv6]http://www.fractronics.com/oled4_b.jpg[/img:12tftzv6]

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yes you do have to record (although you dont have to save the data) as as far as i know that is the only way windows gives access to the global wave output

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well… nvmixer.exe (a substitute for the windows volume control on nforce chipset computers) as a nice spectrum and vu-meter, and it registers without recording.. so windows can handle it but fmod cant?

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opps.. the above post was be.. 😳

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