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Hi there

I just found FMOD fe weeks ago and I’m making tries to find out if I could use it instead of the crappy sound engine I have now. My point is to have a good quality of sound processing within my 3D environment.
So here is my very fisrt question onthis forum:

Can I integrate FMOD to my game engine by adding FMOD.dll to my game library folder and redirect my sound processing to this dll ??

cheers
rich

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If this post sound stupid, please just redirect me to some kind of tutorial…
I didn’t find those kind of basic tips on the FMOD help.

cheers

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Have you checked out the License page from the FMOD main page?

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It certainly is possible. We used FMOD in Disney’s Extremely Goofy Skateboarding that was released in the US late last year.

If you already have a sound engine and have used its functions heavily throughout your code, then you should be able to make an interface unit that has the same functions as your old sound engine, but translates the calls into FMOD function calls.

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Sly on 2002-01-28 14:11 ]</font>

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I did check the license link, but for now I’m just experimenting and I have no planes for buzinessing with this code.

Thanks for your replies

cheers

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