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Active Sound Recorder

   Patches and Upgrades

ActiveX version (asrecmms.ocx) 6.2.0.0 (November 18, 2014)
Multimedia engine version (AdjMmsEng.dll) 10.7.0.1 (December 12, 2014)

PRODUCT HISTORY

Full product history available inside the online documentation.

Fixed builds can be downloaded using the same link, username and password received after purchasing the product: if you should have lost them or if they shouldn't work anymore, please, contact our Technical support. VERY IMPORTANT: Before proceeding with the installation of updated versions, don't forget to close all of the running applications and to UNINSTALL the existing version: missing this step could prevent the new version to run correctly on your development PC.

Fixed Bugs (since version 6.0)

  • An eventual modification of the BufferLength property of Active DJ Studio may result ignored when the Active Sound Recorder and Active Sound Editor components are initialized inside the same application.
  • A call to the RecordedSound.Play method may return error -100 when called immediately after completing a previous playback.
  • The OutputVolumeSet method doesn't change the volume and returns error code ERR_INVALID_PLAYER.
  • When starting direct playback through an Active DJ Studio player of an input channel recorded through Active Sound Recorder, through the PlaySoundFromRecorder or PlaySoundFromRecorderEx methods, the resulting sound may contain static noise or some stuttering.
  • The TagInfoAddToRecSession method doesn't work properly when used in conjuction with the SwitchOutputFile/SwitchOutputFileEx method and the output format is set to MP3, OGG or MP4.
  • The SwitchOutputFile and SwitchOutputFileEx methods don't work correctly when the sound activation system is enabled and the switch is performed during a silent portion of sound.
  • The waveform scroller may generate a GPF during a waveform analysis.
  • On Windows Vista and higher versions, AAC/MP4 sound files may report a wrong duration.
  • Vertical lines are not automatically rendered by default on the waveform scroller.
  • When the waveform analyzer is used in conjunction with the waveform scroller, moving/accesing vertical or horizontal lines through the mouse could result disabled.
  • The nWaveLineIntensityFactor field of the WSCROLLER_SETTINGS structure is ignored when the WaveformScroller.SettingsSet method is invoked.
  • The SoundClosed event is missing.
  • If the WaveformScroller.Create and GraphicBarsManager.Create methods fail returning 0, no error is reported inside the LastError property.
  • When the nSelectionMode field of the WANALYZER_WAVEFORM_SETTINGS has been set to WAVE_SEL_CUSTOM_COLORS, calling the WaveformAnalyzer.SetSelection method correctly displays the selection handles but colors of the selected portion don't change.When a vertical line is added to the waveform analyzer at position 0, there is no way to move it through the mouse.
  • The attempt to load an audio file stored inside a data CD could report back an error.
  • The embedded VU-Meter doesn't report correct volume levels.
  • When a new recording session is started, existing graphic items added to the waveform analyzer are discarded.
  • When the nSelectionMode field of the WANALYZER_WAVEFORM_SETTINGS structure has been set to WAVE_SEL_CUSTOM_COLORS and a selection with the mouse is being performed backward, the rendered waveform won't have the correct colors until the mouse button is not released.
  • Starting a recording session while the previous one is still in playback may cause the multimedia engine to fail and enter in an undetermined state.
  • When the EnableSoundPreloadForPlayback method has been invoked with parameter "true", the output volume may be reset to 0 after the first call to the RecordedSound.PlayRange method.
  • On x64 systems the usage of the WaveformAnalyzer object may cause unexpected exceptions.
  • After playing contents of a recording session, the waveform analyzer may stop changing the cursor when the mouse hovers an eventual selection.
  • When a selection with the mouse is being performed backward, the selection itself is lost when the mouse goes outside of the waveform area.
  • Inside the waveform analyzer, when the possibility to select a portion of waveform through the mouse has been disabled through the WaveformAnalyzer.MouseSelectionEnable method, dragging the mouse outside of the waveform area will cause the whole visible range to be selected in error.
  • When the font's height of time rulers has been set to a value higher respect to the default one, the text on the top ruler may be covered by the waveform's display.
  • When more than one instance of Active DJ Studio and/or Active Sound Recorder controls are instanced within the same applications, values of CoreAudio VU meters may not be notified to all of the instanced controls.
  • The possibility to scroll the waveform for its full length inside the waveform scroller is not updated after loading a new sound file having a longer duration.
  • When appling one between the RecordedSound.RequestDeleteRange, RecordedSound. RequestReduceToRange, RecordedSound.TrimSilence and RecordedSound.RequestInsertSilence methods on a recording session which was originally performed at 8 bits per sample, the resulting sound may result damaged.
  • A successful call to the StartFromDjStudioMixer method doesn't generate a corresponding RecordingStarted event.
  • During playback of the loaded sound, eventual selection or vertical and horizontal lines cannot be moved through the mouse.
  • A CD ripping automation session may be interrupted if one of the output filenames, obtained through CDDB info, should contain invalid characters.
  • Loading a wav file having a BEXT chunk whose size is smaller than 602 bytes may cause the application to crash.
  • The SwitchOuputFile method doesn't work for MP3, OGG and AAC formats when recording from a stream mixer of from a Wasapi device.
  • An exception may be generated when playing a sound range through the RecordedSound.PlayRange method.
 


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