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Recording audio to WAV with WASAPI in Windows Store apps

, 19 Jan 2013 CPOL
Getting started recording audio to WAV with WASAPI in Windows Store apps
RecordingWavFilesWithWasapiInWindowsRT.zip
RecordingWavFilesWithWasapiInWindowsRT
DemoApp
Assets
Logo.png
SmallLogo.png
SplashScreen.png
StoreLogo.png
bin
Debug
AppX
Assets
Logo.png
SmallLogo.png
SplashScreen.png
StoreLogo.png
Common
DemoApp.exe
microsoft.system.package.metadata
S-1-5-21-335465843-2047374716-158425953-1001.pckgdep
resources.pri
Views
vs.appxrecipe
Common
DemoApp.build.appxrecipe
DemoApp.exe
resources.pri
Views
Common
CoreAudio
Common
Components
MMDevice
WASAPI
Constants
Enumerations
DemoApp_TemporaryKey.pfx
obj
Debug
Common
DemoApp.exe
intermediatexaml
DemoApp.exe
LanguageQualifiers.txt.intermediate
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pri.resfiles
pri.resfiles.intermediate
priconfig.xml.intermediate
resources.resfiles
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RecordingWavFilesWithWasapiInWindowsRT.v11.suo

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