stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com
Wed Jun 1 15:20:58 EDT 2005
Ok, I overcomplicated things. But I've often wondered if it were
possible, and how controllable was it. And what would I need it for?
Building an editor program with waveforms, etc would be a big deal,
but a simple note-taking recorder would seemingly be a good simple
Most programs that record audio have to record to a buffer file first
anyway, so your temporary audio file could go to a temp folder in
your system where such files are dumped automatically at shutdown. On
Unix and Macs it would be the temp folder. specialFolderPath("temp")
returns "/private/tmp/501/TemporaryItems " on my mac.
At 12:15 PM -0600 6/1/05, Devin Asay wrote:
>I think you're asking how to record an audio clip directly into the
>stack. You can't currently do that with the record sound command--
>that only lets you record to an external file. However, you could do
>it in a few steps:
> record sound command to record to an external file
> import command to import the file as an audio clip
> delete file command to delete the (now) unwanted external file.
>Kind of kludgy, but should work.
>Humanities Technology and Research Support Center
>Brigham Young University
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