Depending on what you want to do, it could be as easy as using the output mode FMOD_OUTPUTTYPE_WAVWRITER, or you could make your own DSP to manually output data to a file.
Thanks for your reply!
Now I have successfully outputed a .wav file,but I failed to convert the .wav file to a .amr file.
Any solution to this issue?
Thanks in advance.
You would need to use a library or program to do convert the file, as FMOD does not do this.
I tried to use opencore-amr to do this,but failed.When the program ran into “SkipToPCMAudioData(fpwave)” ,it looped at
fread(&chunk, 1, sizeof(XCHUNKHEADER), fpwave);
if ( !memcmp(chunk.chChunkID, “data”, 4) )
bDataBlock = 1;
fseek(fpwave, chunk.nChunkSize, SEEK_CUR);
and never break. Any solutions?
I found out that the fmt Subchunk1Size of the outputed .wav file is 40 ,it should be 16 or 18, I think this is reason for the question mentioned above , maybe there is something wrong in the .wav file or I outputed the wav file in a wrong way?Yet,the .wav file can play properly and I can hear the sound.
What’s the reason for this?Any ideas? Thanks.
The subChunkSize will be the size of WAVE_FORMATEXTENSIBLE, which has a size of 40, although this should not be an issue as you are able to use the size to determine the position of the next chunk.
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