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Problem with 16 bit recording algorithm

progcommprogcomm Posts: 11Member
I have made a recoder via waveIn (mmsystem.h) using Dev C++ compiler
it works for 8 sampling bits, but when I employed 16 sample bits, it fails.
I change waveformatex structure to accept 16 sample bits, and changed the buffer size by twice of that 8 bits.
The output is pure 0x00;

Does it employ Big Endian or Little Endian, based on what I know about wav file, it is employing little endian.

Thanks.

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  • katmankatman Posts: 24Member
    Yes, little Endian.

    : I have made a recoder via waveIn (mmsystem.h) using Dev C++ compiler
    : it works for 8 sampling bits, but when I employed 16 sample bits, it fails.
    : I change waveformatex structure to accept 16 sample bits, and changed the buffer size by twice of that 8 bits.
    : The output is pure 0x00;
    :
    : Does it employ Big Endian or Little Endian, based on what I know about wav file, it is employing little endian.
    :
    : Thanks.
    :

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