Ok, I’m quite frustrated with the lack of newbie-geared directions, support, or tutorials here. I downloaded the fmodapi374ce_small package because I just wanted some basic audio functionality for my WinCE/PocketPC/WinMobile apps. I’m clueless as where to start because there is no documentation in that download aside from a readme text file.
There are no stickies in this specific FMOD CE forum, and I’ve searched to find extremely limited answers for people wanting to use FMOD with a .NET/.NET Compact project using C# or VB.NET (I use C#).
In advance, please excuse my posting multiple questions in one thread. I don’t want to hunt down multiple threads of mine in the future to see if anyone has replied or offered advice.
[list=1:1uxoucey][:1uxoucey]I can’t add the dll as a reference in my C# .NET WinCE project (VS complains that it isn’t a .NET assembly. This happens even though I addedthe include path (inc) for FMOD’s api in VS’s settings. How am I supposed to reference FMOD???[/:m:1uxoucey]
[:1uxoucey]I was able to download someone’s wrapper for C#, but again unable to successfully reference FMOD in that person’s VS project. Is there something seriously wacked with fmodapi374ce_small??[/:m:1uxoucey]
[:1uxoucey]Is it possible to use FMOD to play standard MIDI (not MOD files like XM) files on a device running WinCE x.x? The mp3 and wav format is obviously supported by the platform and FMOD, but not nearly as much is said about MIDI on WinCE. May be that’s because WinCE doesn’t support general MIDI sets? I’m clueless here.[/:m:1uxoucey]
[:1uxoucey]Can someone include documentation for fmodapi374ce_small? Is this available in the commercial/shareware version? Can I get some sort of tutorial support in VS.NET if I slap down the money right now to purchase a license for FMOD?[/:m:1uxoucey]
[:1uxoucey]And finally, can some admin or person involved with the FMOD community make useful tutorial threads ‘sticky’ (or write some tutorials), and prune all those old threads that go nowhere to help new users weed through the crud? The search function on phpBB works great, but (excuse my implementation of an old cliche) it can’t help pick a freakin’ needle out of a haystack.[/:m:1uxoucey][/list:o:1uxoucey]Thanks.
- Anonymous asked 13 years ago
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