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#1 cfemocha

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Posted 17 March 2006 - 05:59 AM

Im trying to write a feature where customers records their voice online by a simple click of a button on the page to begin submitting an audio stream to the server.

Basically, once the "record" button was hit by the client, an audio stream would be generated by the client's microphone and would be recorded on the server, encoded as an MP3.

The point would be to allow web users to record short audio MP3s directly to the server without any other software than their browser, and with only a standard microphone.
Ive seen it done in odeo.com but its written in Flash, Im wondering if this is possible in PHP?



#2 Prismatic

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Posted 17 March 2006 - 07:51 AM

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Im trying to write a feature where customers records their voice online by a simple click of a button on the page to begin submitting an audio stream to the server.

Basically, once the "record" button was hit by the client, an audio stream would be generated by the client's microphone and would be recorded on the server, encoded as an MP3.

The point would be to allow web users to record short audio MP3s directly to the server without any other software than their browser, and with only a standard microphone.
Ive seen it done in odeo.com but its written in Flash, Im wondering if this is possible in PHP?
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Not possible with just PHP, sorry :(

#3 cfemocha

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Posted 17 March 2006 - 10:06 AM



Thank you for your reply, can the technology only be done in Flash? If not, what other languages can I use or is there any ready-to-use freeware I can use?




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