1) I would appreciate it alot if some one could shed some light on how i can go about writing plugins using visual basic?
2) Does any one know of a plugin that i can use to output the sound to a four channel sound card and set the rear channels as my cue channels?
Thank you so much. I am eagerly awaiting you reply.Posted Sat 06 Oct 01 @ 6:44 pm
DJtalonHome userMember since 2001I don't think Visual Basic would be a very good language for writing the plugins. They need to be very low-latency (i.e. instantly on, no lag) and that means tightly optimized C or assembly routines.Posted Mon 03 Dec 01 @ 8:47 pm
(And, as the previous user guessed: yes, atomixmp3 is coded in C++ and assembler)
2) That feature is avaliable in the registered version of atomixmp3 since earlier than the version 1.12Posted Tue 04 Dec 01 @ 12:48 am
Stephane ClavelPRO InfinityCEOMember since 1996The effect plugins can be written in any language that can produce a DLL library.
That includes C, C++, delphi, but I don't think VB can produce a DLL (correct me if I'm wrong).
Stephane C.Posted Tue 04 Dec 01 @ 1:09 am
Yan-XPRO InfinityHonorary memberMember since 2003VB can create a DLL :)
Yan-X old grand master of VB :))Posted Tue 04 Dec 01 @ 11:30 am
DJtalonHome userMember since 2001yan-x whips out the mighty skillz!Posted Wed 05 Dec 01 @ 2:31 am
ikkeHome userMember since 2003Anyone knows where to get a FREE and LEGAL C++ compiler, so I can compile my C++ plugins to a dll. I can't afford Visual Studio.
If you have working code (which I would doubt as you cannot test it) with the associated graphics, mail me (I'll compile it for you)
DJ CorpsePosted Tue 18 Dec 01 @ 9:01 pm
ikkeHome userMember since 2003I didn't say I have WORKING code! (I hope it's working ;-))
For test purpose, I'd like to compile them myselves, so I have the DLL quicker and so I can test it again, over and over ;-)
Greetz, ikkePosted Wed 19 Dec 01 @ 12:17 pm
ikkeHome userMember since 2003Well Yann X, if you're the great VB master: can you tell me if it's possible (and if it is, how I have to do it ;-)) to create the effect algorithmes in C++, and the GUI in VB, and control the effect controls with some ActiveX controls in VB, and send these control events to my C++ algorithm functions? Till now, I never found a site which told me how to do this, and because I use the free Borland C++ 5 compiler, it's quite difficult to create controllers and events listeners (or even to create a GUI). Otherwise, is it possible to create effects entirely in VB? I know it's slow, but it could be easy to test if an effect works (by using an ActiveX wave player, and that one sending trough your effect algo, so you don't have to make your PC to crash because you used the effect in Atomix, which crashes when it's a bad effetc).