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enter Posted: Feb 04 2006 - 09:26 PM
watch Subject: re: 8 bit error message
Sascha wrote:
Yo,
is there a chance to use the audio input (whistle), with a soundcard, that does not support less than 16 bit audio-resoution.
Why does this error-message come up, telling me the line can not be opened. (javax.sound ... not supported)
Thanks and greetings,
Sascha.

Would you be willing to try again here? http://www.musipedia.org/query_by_humming.0.html
Now I make 16-bit stereo recordings.
Author: Sascha
source url Posted: May 25 2005 - 01:16 AM
Subject: 8 bits - answers?
Your welcome.
Do you have any sugestion about the reason for the error message.
Personaly, I am not interested wether the message appears in different OS.
No disrespect ...
Author: Rainer
Posted: May 25 2005 - 12:46 AM
Subject: 8 bits
Thanks. I'll experiment a bit with a computer where I have both Linux and Windows, and both Firefox and IE. I might see whether it's possible to get the error message under one OS, but not under the other with the same sound card.
Author: Sascha
Posted: May 25 2005 - 12:42 AM
Subject: 8 bit error message - again
I just want to correct the name of my Soundcard:
RME HDSP-9632.
Greetings.
Author: Andy
Posted: May 24 2005 - 09:13 AM
Subject: I also have this problem
PowerBook G4 17inch
Built-in mic
Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger)
Firefox 1.04
Java 1.4.2
Author: Sascha
Posted: May 20 2005 - 10:03 PM
Subject: 8 bit error message
Yo Rainer,
thank you for the answer.
Here is mine:
RME hdsp32, win XP home sp2, Firefox 1.04,
Java 1.5.0 (Build 1.5.0_01-b08)
Author: Rainer
Posted: May 20 2005 - 10:24 AM
Subject: 8 bit error message
Thanks for pointing this out. I have seen this before as well, but I haven't pinpointed the problem yet.
Could you let me know what sound card, operating system, browser, and Java version you are using? Maybe I can see a pattern eventually...
Cheers,

Rainer
Author: Sascha
Posted: May 20 2005 - 12:47 AM
Subject: 8 bit error message
Yo,
is there a chance to use the audio input (whistle), with a soundcard, that does not support less than 16 bit audio-resoution.
Why does this error-message come up, telling me the line can not be opened. (javax.sound ... not supported)
Thanks and greetings,
Sascha.
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