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I need some help for a playlist in Delphi in a console mode. In fact, i don’t know how to see where a songs ends?
Do i need to use Callbacks functions to do so?
If yes , which ones should i use?
For FSound_StreamCreate(Callbackfunction….)

What is the callback function?
And also i tried to run Stream2.dpr(it was given when downloading FMod) and i heard a strange sound!!
Where do you give the stream name that you want to play?

This is too complicated for me!

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Also if someone know why FSOUND_STREAMCALLBACk doesnt work in Delphi, and also FSOUND_ALLOCCALLBACK

they say unknown identificator when i run

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First off, as far as I know everything works in FMOD and has been tested many times over. As for your questions, I would make sure you are using the “cdecl” modifier to your callback declaration. Even better would be to post the routine and the declaration so we can have a look at it.

You’ll find alot of help here, but please give us more to go on.

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A Callback can be described as a program fmod will execute inside of itself, but you have to write it first.

Its kinda confusing but extremely powerful. I wrote a callback to sample the waveform data of my music and plot it on an oscilloscope type graphic.

I would recommend spending an hour or two going through the forums and reading as much as you can, I learned just about everything here. Also take a look at the sample Delphi applications.

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