Record/Spy outgoing system sound

Record/Spy outgoing system sound

Post by raza » Wed, 07 Apr 2004 21:03:20


Hi,
So far all the information i have gotten is how to render sound to
output device or capture sound. I want to spy/record all outgoing
system sound and save it to a file in wave format.(all the sound that
is being played from all applications at that moment). Does anyone
have any idea of how to accomplish this using WDM streaming filters
available in DirectShow . As far as my knowledge goes writing a WDM
filter or virtual audio driver for this work is way an overkill and a
LOT of effort. Somebody suggested to me that it can be done using
DirectShow filters. Anyone any ideas how?


Regards
Raza
 
 
 

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