The wave/in device class consists of audio devices for low-level wave audio
input. You access these devices by using the wave functions, which are described
in the Microsoft Win32 Software Development Kit (SDK). Devices in this class
are associated with line devices that support the LINEMEDIAMODE_AUTOMATEDVOICE
media modem, which is specified in the dwMediaModes
member of the LINEDEVCAPS
structure for the line device.
functions fill a VARSTRING
structure, setting the dwStringFormat
member to the STRINGFORMAT_BINARY value and appending this additional member:
DWORD DeviceId; // identifier of audio device
member is the identifier of a closed audio device. You use this identifier in
a call to the waveInOpen
function to open the device for input. You can use the resulting device
handle to record digitized audio data from the line or phone device.
Although a "wave" device class also exists for low-level wave audio devices,
you should always use the wave/in device class for low-level wave input.
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