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MCI command to select sound card

gladiangladian Posts: 1Member
Hi,
How can I select which sound card of my two installed, I want to use for playback. My program must be able to a different song on each of the two sound cards. The problem is that I don't know If/How you can do this with MCI.

Please help me.

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  • JonathanJonathan Posts: 2,914Member
    Hi,

    : How can I select which sound card of my two installed, I want to use
    : for playback. My program must be able to a different song on each of
    : the two sound cards. The problem is that I don't know If/How you can
    : do this with MCI.
    :
    : Please help me.
    :
    It appears that it is possible, especially given that your open command would look like:-

    [code]MCIERROR mciSendCommand([red]MCIDEVICEID wDeviceID[/red], MCI_OPEN,
    DWORD dwFlags, (DWORD) (LPMCI_OPEN_PARMS) lpOpen);[/code]

    The bit I highlighted in red is a device ID. Now, how you go about obtaining those I don't know. But it certainly appears you can select which device you're opening.

    Jonathan

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