Using Quicktime to record sounds in Livecode
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Fri Mar 23 02:38:51 EDT 2012
On 03/22/2012 10:09 PM, Alejandro Tejada wrote:
That's an "old chestnut" (will try to see about it this evening after
work), but, while I am here this occurs to me:
How can one record sounds in Livecode on Linux (can one?) ?
If the answer to my question, Alejandro, is positive, maybe, just maybe,
it might not be a bad idea to install
some kind of Linux on another partition to XP, or get another machine
running with Linux, and then use Livecode
over there for sound recording.
> Hi All,
> Recently, I have been struggling in Windows XP with
> sound recording in LiveCode using QuickTime 7.7.1
> When I start recording, I see that hard disk is writing
> but when I click the button "Stop recording", there is
> no file written.
> This is the code that I am using, copied from a forum
> post. Please, test in your own setup and post your results
> using the development environment and the more recent version of
> Thanks in advance!
> Button "Record Sound":
> on mouseUp
> set the recordInput to "dflt" -- default
> -- other options are imic (internal microphone) emic (external
> microphone), etc
> set the recordRate to 48
> put the platform into tPlatform
> if tPlatform is "win32" then
> set the recordFormat to "wave"
> put ".wav" into tSuffix
> set the recordFormat to "aiff"
> put ".aif" into tSuffix
> end if
> set the playLoudness to 100
> record sound file (specialfolderpath("desktop")& "/SoundTest"& tSuffix)
> end mouseUp
> Button "Stop Recording"
> on mouseup
> stop recording
> end mouseup
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