ActiveX version (asrecmms.ocx) is 126.96.36.199 (November 22, 2006)
Multimedia engine version (AdjMmsEng.dll) is 188.8.131.52 (February 8, 2007)
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- The GetCdIdentification method, used in conjunction with the CD_IDENTIF_TEXT parameter in order to get the CD-Text contained inside an Audio CD, will return only the first string.
- The RecordingAudibleData and RecordingSilentData events will be fired inverted.
- The control doesn't work as expected when instantiated on a form different from the main one.
- Changing visual feedback's settings during playback can cause a GPF.
- When ripping a CD track to a file in WAV format, the CdRippingPercentage event is not fired.
- After obtaining CDDB info about a CD, if the CD's genre is not supported by LAME encoder, the ripping in MP3 format of any track for this CD will fail.
- During a CD ripping is not possible to stop the ripping of a track at a certain point without loosing the ripped output file.
- The RecordingStarted event is fired also if the RecorderStart method fails: in this case, if the recording session is set to store sound data inside a memory buffer, a memory leak will be generated.
- If many CD tracks are being ripped in sequence, at a certain extent one of them could fail.
- If both Active DJ Studio and Active Sound Recorder are instanced on the same form the sound card's speakers enumeration could fail.
- If both Active DJ Studio and Active Sound Recorder are instanced on the same form, the enumeration of players available inside Active DJ Studio could return a wrong value .
- The Sound Activation System could not be effective if the SilenceMinLength property is set to a value greater than 1000.
- A ripping session in MP3 or OGG Vorbis format of a CD track could fail if the track title, obtained through CDDB, contains a " character.
- On Windows versions prior to Windows XP, the number returned by the GetSupportedRecordFormatsCount method could not be coherent with the selected input device.
- If two instances of the control, initialized for getting sound from different input devices, are instanced on the same form, they will get sound data from the same input device.
- Added support for recording in WAV format with 32 bits floating point format (WAVE_FORMAT_IEEE_FLOAT)
- Improved the efficiency of the Sound Activation System.