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Thu, 7 Apr 2011 16:18:19 +0200
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Am Donnerstag, 7. April 2011, 15:40:02 schrieb Ronan Scaife:
> Dear all,
> On 07/04/2011 09:27, Børge Strand-Bergesen wrote:
> > Hi,
> > anybody having success compiling and using Playrec 2.1.0?
> > I'm struggling to build it with Octave 3.2.4 on Win7/64 with Microsoft
> > Visual Studio 2010 Express.
> > Alternatively, do you have other suggestions for ways to user the
> > computer's soundcard for samples IO? Preferably, the code should be
> > comptatible on Octave and Matlab.
> > Thanks,
> > Borge
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> A simpler toolbox (also based on PortAudio, as PlayRec is) is pa_wavplay:
> I ported this to Scilab a few years ago, but it seems from the above that
> pa_wavplay already works with Octave.
> Playrec is a more sophisticated package, but pa_wavplay does the
> job for me.
> Best Wishes,
I guess octave 3.2.4 mingw build is used here? Am I wrong? So you will have
much trouble using mex compilation for it with Visual Studio, the
binaries/dll's are not compatible.
You will need to do the compilation with the version of gcc shipped together
with the octave windows version.
Beside that comment I unfortuneatelly cannot help with playrec, I have just
seen that there are no good build instructions for a mingw build on the
playrec homepage (or I missed it).
- Playrec, Børge Strand-Bergesen, 2011/04/07
- Re: Playrec, Ronan Scaife, 2011/04/07
- Re: Playrec,
Martin Helm <=