[Openal-devel] Is 'offline-rendering' possible with OpenAL?
zefir at kurtisi.de
Wed Oct 25 04:10:59 PDT 2006
after reading the API-docs and vainly searching the net, I hope someone
could help me with this trivial question.
What I need to know is, if it is possible to do 'offline-rendering' with
OpenAL, i.e. not playing out the mixed samples but accessing them for
further processing (like writing to disk or sending over the network).
I plan to develop an internet voice-conference application where the
participants are virtually located in the conference room and will receive
individual audio streams mixed with respect to their position. The related
mixer does not need to play out the samples but to send them to the related
I thought OpenAL would be a good choice, but there seems to be no way to
define something like a memory-context where the processed data can be
grabbed instead of being send to an audio device.
Sorry again if this question has already been raised.
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