Re: [MSEide-MSEgui-talk] MSE and ./configure

2018-03-07 Thread fredvs
> I'll try to make a separate pcaudiolib.dll. Yep, super. ;-) And, by the way, you have a new fan (me) for your https://gitlab.com/mseide-msegui/pcaudiolib project. Fre;D PS: pcaudiolib-ng ? ;-) -- Sent from: http://mseide-msegui-talk.13964.n8.nabble.com/

Re: [MSEide-MSEgui-talk] MSE and ./configure

2018-03-07 Thread Martin Schreiber
On 03/07/2018 01:39 PM, Martin Schreiber wrote: > I'll try to make a separate pcaudiolib.dll. > Done, https://sourceforge.net/projects/mseuniverse/files/eSpeakNG/ An example is here: https://gitlab.com/mseide-msegui/mseuniverse/tree/master/samples/audio/pcaudio The sine wave generator is maybe

Re: [MSEide-MSEgui-talk] MSE and ./configure

2018-03-07 Thread Martin Schreiber
On Wednesday 07 March 2018 12:46:11 fredvs wrote: > Re-hello. > > Huh, Martin, do you have a Windows compiled-binary of your extended > pcaudiolib.dll ? It is statically linked in espeak-ngwo.dll. > (Yes, I do not have lot of courage to try to compile it with Visual > studio). > I'll try to make

Re: [MSEide-MSEgui-talk] MSE and ./configure

2018-03-07 Thread fredvs
> Yes, the quality of the sound is not yet the best, I have to explore how to tune it. OK, the sound quality is perfect now. Update Sine-Wave demo with format integer 16, integer 32 and float 32 bit. https://github.com/fredvs/pcaudiolib_pas Fre;D -- Sent from:

Re: [MSEide-MSEgui-talk] MSE and ./configure

2018-03-07 Thread fredvs
Re-hello. Huh, Martin, do you have a Windows compiled-binary of your extended pcaudiolib.dll ? (Yes, I do not have lot of courage to try to compile it with Visual studio). This to do some Pascal test. Thanks. Fre;D -- Sent from: http://mseide-msegui-talk.13964.n8.nabble.com/