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Thread: Sound recording in FLASH MX

  1. #1

    Sound recording in FLASH MX

    Hi,

    Is there any way to provide the functionality of sound recording (e.g. record, stop & play) in flash MX? can any one help on this...


    coolguy

  2. #2
    Its very urgent!!!!
    can anybody help... thanx in advance

  3. #3
    Howdy...

    Maybe I am wrong, but I don't think you can do that in Flash...
    CyanBlue / Jason Je / Flash Developer
    http://CyanBlue.FlashVacuum.com
    http://www.FlashVacuum.com

  4. #4
    Hi,

    Its possible to record sounds in Flash MX. !!!!

    you have to use

    Microphone.get(index) then attach sound to a movie clip

    if u want to save it u can use Shared Object
    so u will be able to record and save sounds.

    these command help available in Flash cammunication server

    thanks
    ajo
    ajok@indiatimes.com

  5. #5
    Really, ajok???

    Sounds about right, actually... I'll have to take a look at it when my project is done...

    Thanks for the info, ajok...
    CyanBlue / Jason Je / Flash Developer
    http://CyanBlue.FlashVacuum.com
    http://www.FlashVacuum.com

  6. #6
    hi,

    Ya, it will do. actually it is given in flash communication server MX, you can do live vedio/audio conferance and a lot. pls. check flash cmmunication server as well as flash remoting MX... there is no limitations...

    enjoy..

    Regards
    ajoK
    ajok@indiatimes.com

  7. #7
    Yes... Conferencing and others are offered with Flash Communication Server, but I didn't know you can actually record the sound with it though...
    CyanBlue / Jason Je / Flash Developer
    http://CyanBlue.FlashVacuum.com
    http://www.FlashVacuum.com

  8. #8
    hi,

    alone with communication server there are some example pls. see it. you can download it from macromedia.

    ofCause you cann't save recorded audio to mp3 or wav but using Shared Object (the way use to coockie) or MMsave(its an undocumented command) you can save it in to disk and latter can get back also.Pls. take a look

    regards
    ajok
    ajok@indiatimes.com

  9. #9
    Thank you again, ajok...

    I'll have a look as soon as my project is done...

    You said some interesting thing though...

    MMSave is out of option because that only works in authoring mode, but Shared Object... I know I can save objects such as an array into it, but I have never thought of saving sound object itself in there... The size limitation can be lift by the user, so it won't be the problem, but saving an sound object itself... Hehe... I'll take a look as soon as possible...

    Thank you...
    CyanBlue / Jason Je / Flash Developer
    http://CyanBlue.FlashVacuum.com
    http://www.FlashVacuum.com

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by ajok View Post
    hi,

    alone with communication server there are some example pls. see it. you can download it from macromedia.

    ofCause you cann't save recorded audio to mp3 or wav but using Shared Object (the way use to coockie) or MMsave(its an undocumented command) you can save it in to disk and latter can get back also.Pls. take a look

    regards
    ajok
    ajok@indiatimes.com
    Hi Ajok

    What i m trying to do is to record a speech from the microphone and play it back to the user without saving it to a server (perhaps it can be done by saving it to local machine)is it possible? If so is there any tutorial that you know that would show how to do it. I m pretty new in Flash so i would appreciate your help

    thanks in advance

  11. #11
    hello
    can it possible to save sound files

    thanks
    shobhaweb

  12. #12

    Did you find answer to this issue?

    Hi All,

    I Have the same problem, trying to record a stream and play it back (Without the mx communication server or a complex way).

    Did any of you find a solution to that matter?

  13. #13

    Site Example?

    Ajok,

    Do you know of a website that shows what you're describing? A URL would be great.

    Thanks!

    Mike


    Quote Originally Posted by ajok View Post
    hi,

    you cann't save recorded audio to mp3 or wav but using Shared Object (the way use to coockie) or MMsave(its an undocumented command) you can save it in to disk and latter can get back also.

    ajok@indiatimes.com

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