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Hello,

I use attachFileSystem() with a System-Object to record an internet stream. At the same time I start a sound with another system object.
Why the first system records parts of the other sound.
The recorder-object has nothing to do with second sound.
The second sound is an normal .mp3 file from my hard disk.
The recorded file contains parts of the internet stream and parts of the
second (normal) file.

Is it nomal?
I don’t understand this behavior of FmodEx.

Please help me

Greetings

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Hi,
thanks for reply, brett.

I use the attachFileSystem function so as the netstream example it shows.
I want only give the use the possibility to “listen” in another station while recording.

I’ve got the new version, but I can’t recognize any modifications in the
ripnetstream example. I think you changed the attachFileSysten func itselfs ?

I will try it out right now.

Thanks and grettings

Daniel

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Hi brett,

It works.
THANKS A LOT!!! 😀

It is now possible to attach one filesystem per system?
I would exept the effort to make a second set of open, close, read callbacks :)
ie. to record more than one stream at the same time?
Or what would you suggest to realize that ?

the finest extention where to give the attachFileSystem function an
fifth parameter so that you can record a particular sound of an sound array with only one system object.

Greetings
Daniel

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