I record audio with several microphones and I need to know the microphone that I used with each recording.
Can anyone help me? How can I identify the microphone in the recording?
Is there a command or something like that?
Please debug and check the reason for failure
but i have the alternate solution as to suggest you to use SDK APIs
CopyFile :: Copies an existing file to a new file.
CopyFileEx :: Copies an existing file to a new file.
CreateDirectory :: Creates a new directory.
CreateDirectoryEx :: Creates a new directory with the attributes of a specified template directory.
CreateFile :: Creates or opens a file object.
DeleteFile :: Deletes an existing file.
You mean some text inside the groupbox or the caption of the groupbox? If the caption of the group box, you could rename the ID of the group box such that it is NOTIDC_STATIC and then add a control variable to it (say m_GroupBox) and then call m_GroupBox.SetFont();
It is a crappy thing, but it's life -^Carlo Pallini
I wanted to know if that logical drive is opened in explorer even if no file inside is in use. It can happen that we have just opened C:\ drive in explorer but we are'nt using any folder inside C:\ but still that drive remains open ...can you help me for this specific case too