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Sound recording

 
Jamel Balti
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Hi all.
Happy to come back to the best place for java. I haven't use Java for a little while. If any body have any idea where I could find a solid open source code for an Applet to capture and upload sound file.
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mateo gioia
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Hi all,
I am looking for the same topic, I have found some code on internet but I cannot make it work.
Is there anyone kind enough to give me some direction or better, a working example? I promise I'll send a good italian bottle of wine!

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================ The applet code ===============


================ The html code ===============

<applet
code="RecApplet.class"
width=300
height=350
name="RecApplet" >

</applet>
[ March 17, 2006: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
Joe Ess
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You gave us all this code but you failed to say what is wrong with it.
Working with JMS is non-trivial. Have you tried to make a simple application that records sound a local file? A small app that uploads a file to a server? Try to make your problems smaller and simpler and they will be easier to solve.
 
pranita jadhav
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i have java code for record sound now i need to compare new speech from mike with recorded sound
can any one help me about this code
 
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