08-22-2012 03:28 PM - edited 08-22-2012 03:31 PM
I have been using this example for a template so to speak:
While it does record, it records it in mono. More precisely it combines the mics into one channel and puts that on 2 channels, which could be an issue with the WAVWriter class I am using to save the file.
Is there a way via air to record using the stereo mics (Left + Right channels)? Maybe someone could direct me to an site/example using stereo mics.
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08-22-2012 05:09 PM
I'm interested in the solution to this issue but won't have time to dig into it until later. Meantime, a quick look at the Adobe API docs yields some things to investigate:
"If you pass a value for
index, you can reference a microphone other than the one the user chooses. You can use
index in rare cases—for example, if your application is capturing audio from two microphones at the same time. " .... "Use the
Microphone.index property to get the index value of the current Microphone object. You can then pass this value to other methods of the Microphone class."
So maybe check to see if you can get microphone index 0 and index 1?
08-22-2012 05:34 PM
While that makes sense. When you call:
to get an array of microphone names you only get one back. Which seems to inidcate it wouldn't work.
I believe they are both being considered one.