I tried to use the record sample included in the samples for fmod windows.
Under windows there’s no problem, but under linux, the sound is recorded, then the sound is read and the sound is correct.
But when I play the wave created by the program the sound is horrible. There’s always my voice but there’s like a storm too.
I use OSS and my soundcard is a SB 128, but I don’t think the problem is there because when the sample is played by fmod it’s ok…
so I think the SaveToWav function is the problem…but is there a reason?
I’m sorry for my english 😉
- snoopy2k asked 14 years ago
my friend left my place with his computer so i can’t give you the wave file or try to play it with alsaplayer ( we were in a “coding party” at my place to program our one year project and it’s over now )
but I’ll ask the file to my friend and then post a link here.
Our project is over the year and my report is tuesday but, we found a solution for tuesday ( we will present the project with wave file which have been recorded under windows…), I just need to find a solution until the end of the school year…
thanks for your help and sorry for my english!
edit: my friend just mail me the wave file so:
I’ll try as soon as I can!
Oh my friend tell me that OSS on his computer is in fact emulate by Alsa…but If we selected Alsa and not OSS the program didn’t record anything and stay blocked…I find that really funny 😉
thanks for your help
i don’t really understand cause under windows I really don’t have any problem…so I don’t think it’s a problem of structures but…
yes it was ok when fmod played the sample, the sound was correct, and then I listened the wave file with totem ( under mandrake with kde..please don’t laugh 😉 ) the sound was horrible!
I thought the problem was totem but i transfered the wave file to windows and then winamp read it the same way as totem…
when i record sound with audacity under linux, or cooledit under windows there’s no problem with the wave file…
sorry again for my english
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