Waveform Audio (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
The waveform audio API provides an application exact control over waveform audio input/output devices. It also supports the hardware audio mixer API. In addition to providing volume control, the waveform audio API provides routing services to manage audio lines on your device for playing or recording. Routing services require specific hardware device and driver support. The mixer architecture allows several audio source lines to be mapped to a single destination audio line.
In This Section
- Waveform Audio Application Development
Provides information about creating applications that use waveform audio.
- Waveform Audio Registry Settings
Describes the registry settings that affect waveform audio.
- Waveform Audio Security
Describes how enhance security in operating systems and applications that use waveform audio.
- Waveform Audio Reference
Provides reference information for the programming elements for waveform audio.
- Hardware Audio Mixer
Provides information about creating applications that use the hardware audio mixer.
- Attenuation Classes
Provides reference information for The Attenuation Classes. An attenuation class is a secondary gain class that provides an additional level of volume control over the levels established by general audio gain classes.
Switching Preferred Audio Devices
Reference material for functions that query and set the preferred audio device.
Waveform Audio OS Design Development
Provides information for OEMs about adding support for waveform audio to their OS designs.
- Waveform Audio Migration
Describes how to modify exiting waveform audio code to work with the latest version of Windows Embedded CE.
- Waveform Audio Samples
Provides information about code examples and code samples for waveform audio.
Provides information about audio technologies for Windows Embedded CE-based devices.
- Audio Drivers
Provides information about creating drivers that support waveform audio.