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Software News   Software News : Aros Quick Record Audio tool
   posted by clusteruk on 8-Oct-2010 16:51:51 (4452 reads)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvn3jP4hjEk

After the release of my HDAudio drivers I wanted a basic recording tool for Aros, instead we got the amazing Audio Evolution 4 from Davy Wentzler.



Still I wanted a simple audio recorder so I asked Ian Gledhill who wrote the Catweasel drivers for me to have a go. Today I received the finished version and it is more than I asked for so look at the video. It will be available on my site over the weekend, maybe tonight if I have time.

This will record .raw, .wav and even .mp3 using Lame automatically. Just enter filename and path press record to start, Stop to finish, simple as that.

Now I want people to send Ian Gledhill a donation because whilst I paid for him to do it, it did not really cover his time. Plus it is a great little application.

On top of this all the source code will be in the Aros repository so you coders can use it to make better Aros Audio applications, maybe voice over IP or anything you can think of.

Have fun but please donate to Ian, I will create a page on my site soon with this and a donate page.

Most of all have fun.

Steve
    

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clusteruk 
Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
Posted on 12-Oct-2010 6:57:04
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@Spirantho

Agreed on supporting AE4 and other commercial apps, because this is the only way to get new ideas into the Amiga community to diferentiate us from the pack. The problem is most people do not want to donate to those that developers that port existing work because they say it is not original work, and then they do not want to pay a reasonable price for original work.

This problem appears on Linux also, why is it that people will buy Windows and Mac software products and not products for open source application. The only diference to this is the mobile App store model which I believe we will follow with Aros in the future.

QuickRecord is already a great little product and is a good addition to the AROS core system.


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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OK, version 1.2 uploaded on same link.

This includes AIFF support and couple of other changes, no more for a while this is fine Now.

Steve


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
Posted on 12-Oct-2010 18:30:44
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@Ian

I tryed to port your QuickPort tool from aros to aos4, and have a little problem:

i.t crashes all the time, in the settings.c file, on the lines 75-78, where gAuidoCtrl = AHI_AllocAudio are starts.

If i comment out LoadDefault(); function, then no crashes, but in console i have such messages:


QuickRecord_2> QuickRecord
Couldn't create AudioCtrl.
Stopping playing.

Maybe you can have a look why ?

Thanks for the help and for that little tool :)


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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It'll say that if you previously opened the device and it crashed, or exited without closing the device and freeing AudioCtrls.

If you need a hand drop me a line, otherwise I'll try and get a proper port soon anyway!

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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
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@Spirantho
Then better just to have os4 port from you :) Thanks for


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Re: Aros Quick Record Audio tool
Posted on 14-Oct-2010 8:36:02
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Quick port to OS4:

http://www.retroreview.com/iang/QuickRecord_V1.2a.lha

As always, comments much appreciated (donations doubly so. :) )

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