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My self Tarun Dudhatra. I am working as a web developer. In my company I am developing one application some what like online antakshari. In that I want to record the sound for participant and I dont know any thing about how to record the sound in dotnet 2.0(C#). If anybody know or have some idea pls tell me.

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Building a web application in ASP.NET 2.0 does not mean that the users will have .NET 2.0 on their machines so. If you actually want to build an application in .NET that does this, it would be much easier to build a desktop app and deploy it over the web.

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How are you thinking of designing the app, Peter?

There are certainly plenty of blogging, audio, video sites that do similar things. YouTube's become a titan letting you post your own videos. Odeo let's you do exactly the kind of audio recording over internet that he's talking about. What requires the user to have the framework installed? I admit, I'm not terribly familiar with multimedia apps, but I don't understand why ASP.NET would be uniquely unqualified to build one.

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It is impossible to live record video directly to a asp.net page unless you have a client app mediating it. You would have to build an activex plugin application to make it as seamless as possible to do this that would upload, or stream the data to the site or make a completely separate client app that would stream the data. Anyway it goes, something will have to be local to do the recording. An ASP.NET application cannot take control of your media controls or codex unless done so through activex. If it could without ActiveX then hackers would have another way to invade your machine and wreak havoc without you know about it hence the reason ActiveX needs your permission to install.

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It's Ok now Actually I record the voice successfully using dotnet. And work very well now one more thing i want to compare two diff. voice file to know both file have a same person's voice or not can we do it. if u have any link then send me.

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Hi TarDuk,

I am also having the same requirement. Can you please tell me how did you accomplish that.

Any help/suggestions would be greatly apprieciated. My mailid is sundeep38@gmail.com

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Doing voiceprint comparison will be a daunting task. You'll have to learn a lot about sound analysis. No doubt there are companies that have spent years developing this kind of technology.

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I wanted to know how to record voice through Microphone on client system and send it to server. During my research I came to know that it can be implemented via ActiveX control or Flex. Yet there is no much information on the implementation part. Anyone links pointing the same would be of great help for me. Thanks in Advance.



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i am looking out for similar solution.
i want to save the file on webserver rather then the local system
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