I am trying to run FMOD CE Sample on my iPaq 3870 running PocketPC 2002/Windows CE 3.0. Everytime I start it up I get an error
FMOD Error: Error Initializing output device. Anyone got any hints on how to get this to work.
I also tried it on the PocketPC 2000 x86 Emulator and get the same error.
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: vmax66 on 2002-02-27 16:00 ]</font>
- vmax66 asked 15 years ago
I’ve got the same problem.
I got a 3630 with ppc 2002 and a friend who tried on his 3870 also got the “output device” error. Bummer, realy would have liked this to play all my mod and mp3 files…
hope you can fix it (and maybe someone makes a real media player for it !!)
Hey All I have now tried it on the following devices with the following OSs and get the same error:
Cassiopiea E-115 Running PocketPC 2000
iPaq 3870 Running Pocket PC 2002
x86 PocketPC 2000 Emulation
x86 PocketPC 2002 Emulation
FMOD Error: Error Initializing output device
By the way the latest PocketPC 2002 Emulator is in the PocketPC SDK. It automatically updates eVC++ & eVB and allows you to target PocketPC 2002, PocketPC 2000, CE 2.11. However under the PocketPC 2002 specification only the ARM and x86 Processors are supported. However you can still target PocketPC 2000 for the MIPS, SH, ARM, and x86 processors. Here is the SDK Link
http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/develop … dk2002.asp
I have complied the FMOD sample app with the new DLLs & Libs you provided for a MIPS, ARM, and x86.
x86 Emulation with PocketPC 2000 – Problem corrected. Worked Fantastic.
x86 Emulation with PocketPC 2002 – Problem corrected. Worked Fantastic.
Casio E-115 with PocketPC 2000 (MIPS) – Problem corrected. Worked fine except as soon as you launched it there was CPU usage on the FMOD Sample app display but nothing was playing yet. When I did play an MP3 it was fragmented and broken. I assume I need to play with the sampling and the settings for the function call.
Compaq iPaq 3870 with PocketPC 2002 (ARM – Tried compiled both PocketPC 2002 & 2000) – Problem corrected. Worked great except as soon as you launched it there was CPU usage on the FMOD Sample app display but nothing was playing yet. When I did play an MP3 it sounded great until I got many applications opened at the same time.
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