yeah, but they changed the whole way to call these things 3 times between xp, vista and now windows 7. i'm reading more about it now... probably posted here to soon, but i thought it would be a quicky that someone already came across.
in xp i could shell and run the appropriate .cpl applet with
but it fails in windows 7 (64 bit). i'm having a hard time finding any documented way to do this. anyone have an idea? specifically i'm trying to run the sound/audio settings.
thank you. java seems like a viable option, but we're not a java shop. would anything need to be installed on the server? sorry if that seems like a dumb question but i admittedly don't know much about java development besides a class i took a long time ago. it might take some convincing but if its the path of least resistance, then an embedded java app that talks to a web service may be worth a shot.
We're fleshing out the technical feasibility of a project that would involve remote sites recording voice responses from various stimuli and sending that captured stream to our server.
At our sites we can guarantee:
1) consistent hardware ("gamer-style" plug and play usb headset)
2) java vm (current)
3) flash >= 9
4) stations running >= xp pro
5) Internet Explorer >= 7.0
We would need full duplex recording... in other words, a stimuli played with a timer going while recording only the voice response (think continuous translation services). The recorded stream can be anywhere between 5 -60 seconds. The playback stream would be the same length. Quality is important as a human will need to understand what was recorded at a later time.
What are my options? Could an actixe-x control be used? The main problem here I'd imagine would be that the stream would have to saved locally, then uploaded after the fact, which could be a problem.
VOIP server might be the way to go?? Any thoughts/experiences would be greatly appreciated.
many moons ago, i bought an acer laptop that came with vista basic with the intention of wiping it and installing my system builder xp. i did so and all was well.
i just bought a new laptop that came with win 7, but i'd like to restore the old laptop and donate it, but i was a moron and didn't create a restore disk. i think the original hard-drive might have come with a restore partition but it has since been wiped clean.
i have a valid serial number for vista basic on the bottom of the laptop but i can't find any install media to use. does anyone have a work around? seems silly i can't get to an installer iso for a product i own.
i'd rather not pay for replacement media from acer. i would love to be able to just download an iso and install from that.
sorry to resurrect this old thread but i was wondering how this project is coming along.
i just came across the naudio library and before getting into it too much was wondering if anyone had other recommendations for dsp/audio/midi in .net, preferably open source.
we desperately need a proper audio and dsp library. i've looked into xna and direct x but everything seems geared towards gaming. i also just read about this project to create wrappers for PureData, but no one is doing it for C# yet, but they have it for Obj-C and java. A wrapper for PD in theory would allow the engine to be embedded anywhere that could run native code but interact with it using whatever language you choose. There's currently a java wrapper so it probably wouldn't be too much of a chore to take on. hmm....
@phreaks:what exactly are you trying to do in excel? if you're just reading data out then go with ado.net and treat it as a datasource.
for simple things i sometimes take advantage of the fact that excel (and word) can read/open html files. no interop needed for quick simple tasks of displaying grids of data with some lite formatting. just write the html file out to the browser with an excel extension header.
if you're diggin deeper with pivots and formulas, as far as i know interop is the way to go with office installed on the server. i think there are other 3rd party libs out there as well, but i have yet to have the need (would love to also hear recommondations though).
@Bas:you're in the minority. it sounds like you use logic to come to reasonable conclusions, but have you watched the news lately? unless there is a compelling reason to do so, a very, very large portion of people will not like this one bit, if not for any other reason, than "i've driven this way my whole life, my daddy drove this way and my grand-daddy drove this way... and awe-be dammmed if i let a google drive ma cars!"
@robnisbet:yes, after mucking with the pdfStamper (which is admittedly good if you have a solid template + key/value pairs), i prefer just watermarking the heck out of a pdf. you have much more control over the position, layout and can use images. you can use multiple watermarks per page, transparencies, easy as pie.