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Hello friends,
As you know direct x managed code 1.1 is not compatible with .net framework 4.0, and i want to program by c# not C++, so i don't know which engine i can go for?
Xna?
or slimdx?
or any offer you have.
I want some basic feature of these engines like recording sound and working with 2d pictures.
I'm not going for 3d.
So which do you suggest?
Posted 19-Jan-13 4:04am

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With .NET, you don need to use DirectX directly (pun unintended), as you can always use WPF, which based on DirectX. This is much more reasonable and human library then native DirectX API. There are other options, of course.

—SA
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F.moghaddampoor at 21-Jan-13 2:51am
   
But WPF doesn't have an api to record sound by microphone, Does it?
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 21-Jan-13 3:02am
   
I don't know such thing. WPF is the UI library, why would it deal with microphones? I would expect that when (and if) voice-driven UI becomes more or less usual, it might happen, but you never know the future.
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