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How to find out captured audio data is stored completely

Nov 1, 2013 12:39 PM

Tags: #audio #capture #livepkgr

We are using livepkgr to capture audio with AMS Standard. Since server-side scripting is not available with AMS Standard, we are using a PHP script to manipulate captured audio. Everything works well in testing, but we are wondering about the following.

 

When we close an audio capture session with:

 

   nsPublish.attachAudio(null);

   nsPublish.close();

 

can we assume that all the audio data has been written to the stream file? What if the server is busy with many simultanenous capture sessions? Is there a way to verify that a steam file is complete, closed, and ready for processing?

 

Thank you very much!

 

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