Author Topic: Multiple streams to one output?  (Read 4002 times)

djeddie

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Multiple streams to one output?
« on: 7 Aug '03 - 09:17 »
I'm trying to do the following and having no luck, so any help would be appreciated:-

Have 2 seperate audio files playing thru' the front output, each with their own independent volume control, play and stop buttons.
And to have 1 audio file playing thru' the rear output.
I can do this with 1 thru' the front outs and 1 thru' the rears, but when I try to have 2 streams thru' the same output the volume affects both files and not just 1.

P.S. I'm using VB

Ian @ un4seen

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Re: Multiple streams to one output?
« Reply #1 on: 7 Aug '03 - 12:54 »
Are you using BASS_ChannelSetAttributes to adjust each channel's volume?

autumn_water

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Re: Multiple streams to one output?
« Reply #2 on: 7 Aug '03 - 16:38 »
Hi
I think i can help u , ok.
Please mail to me
My Email : autumnwater82@yahoo.com

biggyspender

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Re: Multiple streams to one output?
« Reply #3 on: 8 Aug '03 - 13:29 »

Quote

Hi
I think i can help u , ok.
Please mail to me
My Email : autumnwater82@yahoo.com

...sort of defeats the purpose of this forum... why not stay public?

djeddie

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Re: Multiple streams to one output?
« Reply #4 on: 12 Aug '03 - 18:49 »
I've got it sorted now thanks guys. My wife, who knows nothing about visual basic spotted the mistake! And boy do I feel stupid now!!!