recording sound

Robert Mann rman at free.fr
Sat Apr 23 19:23:27 EDT 2016


I'm into sound again. I let down a project down 10 years ago, that needed
good quality compressed audio... And want to check if 10 years afterwards,
this has become a possibility!!!!

I need to record on mac os desktop machine :
-- 44100 khz, stéreo 16bit compressed aac etc. ideally mp3 to be able to
exchange these file easily via the net.

The state i'm in is :: 

-- livecode 6.5 mac osX 10.7.4 (my last commercial version)
=> can only record 32000 kHz stereo 16 bit wav none compressed
-- nothing else works. And compression requires to use some external utility
like lame (but i can't take the risk to oversee lame installation problems
on other peoples machines and 2 out 3 friends who tried to install lame
found some issues).

-- LiveCode Community 7.1.2 / mac os x 10.7: record function just does not
work, no file is created (same test stack as used with livecode 6.5).

-- LiveCode Community 7.1.3 / mac os x 10.7: record function just does not
work, no file is created (same test stack as used with livecode 6.5).

is there somewhere a secret command to open up recording function??? 

I checked that av foundation is said to be incorporated into os X from
version 7 onwards.
thanks..








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