I’ve been trying to create a device which allows music to be projected in front of, or behind of the user (or at least appear as if it is behind or ahead of them).
I’ve been visiting these forums often and have read much of the technical documents but have been unsuccessful so far in creating a device which achieves this goal.
I can play and stop music, but all of my 3d sound attempts have not been successful.
I was wondering if it is possible to use 3d sound with the Hp ipaq hx4700, since this is the device I have been given to work with, and if so if anyone knew of any tutorials that may be useful for my purposes?
- Tri asked 11 years ago
If anyone could provide some insight that would be great. It is for my final year studies and I’ve still been unsuccessful.
After further playing about I have now added error checking and seem to be getting an FMOD_ERR_MEMORY error after calling FSOUND_SAMPLE_LOAD and FMOD_ERR_INVALID_PARAM errors on the further 3D functions which I assume is due to the sample not loading correctly.
I don’t know how much is to do with what I have written, or with the device itself. So any insight would be appreciated.
I am unable to post my code as it is for my studies and the department is very strict on plagiarism.
Not to worry I seem to have gotten the sound working and it is now moving in front of and behind the user.
It seemed the memory problem was being caused by my MP3 files being too big, anything under 1MB seems to load and work correctly, anything over and I get the same errors.
Will look into seeing if there’s a way to rectify the problem, either by buffering somehow or similar.
Any advice would again be appreciated
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