Using the Waveform Audio Interface (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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This section describes the Waveform Audio API interface. An application uses this interface to gain the greatest control possible over audio I/O devices. Specifically, this section discusses the following capabilities of the Waveform Audio API:

The common order for calling Waveform Audio functions to record audio is:

  1. waveInOpen
  2. waveInPrepareHeader
  3. waveInAddBuffer
  4. waveInStart
  5. waveInUnprepareHeader
  6. waveInClose

The common order for calling Waveform Audio functions to play audio is:

  1. waveOutOpen
  2. waveOutPrepareHeader
  3. waveOutWrite
  4. waveOutUnprepareHeader
  5. waveOutClose

See Also

Waveform Audio Application Development


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