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On 09/07/2007, at 10:33 AM, patrick machielse wrote:Currently, that is the case (and this is the cause of the problem). As you are in an offline context, you could use the ExtendedAudioFile API directly (so instead of connecting the AUFilePlayer, you could use a callback and in the callback use the ExtAudioFileRead call - it should work fairly easily I think).
The problem: AUAudioFilePlayer seems to revert to producing zeroed out
data at random (I've installed a render callback on the file player to
verify this). [...]
What I've tried:
- setting the kAudioUnitProperty_OfflineRender property. It's not
supported by AUAudioFilePlayer it seems (but I believe this doesn't mean
that the file player can't be used at all in an offline context).
Is this still the case in Leopard?
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