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jean-marc.valin at usherbrooke.ca
Fri Dec 21 03:43:54 PST 2007
> the speex files cannot be played by "Windows" (I assume you mean the
> media player) natively. speex codec will have to be supported as a
> playload type.
> to do that, you have to install a Speex ACM.
> take a look at
Actually, I tend to recommend using Ogg files instead of wav. Those can
be played using this plugin:
> once you have it installed, just open the windows recorder from
> start->programs->accesories->entertainment->sound recorder, in the
> file->properties choose the speex codec.
> now you can record and play speex files.
> i suggest that the 'small budget set aside' be donated to red cross.
> - farhan
> On Thu, 20 Dec 2007, jagjit sohal wrote:
>> Hi Jean,
>> This is my last attempt at trying to use speex for a project we are
>> working on. I have contacted you before, but i have had no joy what so
>> ever trying to find a working example in c++ that shows how to add a
>> header to a raw speex file, so that it an be played using windows.
>> If you do know of a working example can you please supply a link. As
>> this is a commercial project
>> maybe you could advise me of somebody that maybe able to help on a
>> small contrcat basis.
>> This may help us speed up development. We have a small budget set
>> aside and can pay for any help with this matter.
>> Thanks in advance.
>> Bobby Sohal
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