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Hi, I have been thinking. Would it be possible to record wave-out (or stereo-mix, whatever) while the wave-out is mute, and simultaneously play the recording and hear it. To clarify it further, the usage of such an app would be to correct the online streaming out-of-sync videos. The idea is to buffer ALL the sound from the PC and play it with a delay (user defined ofc). So, you see where the problem lies, the original wave has to be mute, but we have to hear the recording, and also the recorder must not record it's own output. Anyone has any thoughts, would that be even possible without hardware modifications?
Updated 24-Jun-12 9:48am

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I suggest you abandon this method as it wont work reliably at all and look at correcting the codec problem you have.

Look at DirectShow and constructing filter graphs to play the media. There are also filter spys out there that will let you see the graph components that are playing the media. You can then figure out which one may have the problem as see if there are updated drivers for that type.
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