MediaRecorder buffering

by RFuente » Thu, 21 Oct 2010 19:22:34 GMT


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 Hi everyone!

I've been working with MediaRecorder for a while and still keep up
discovering funny things about this class. I have two instances: one
of them records video and the other one records audio (why I don't
implement this with just one instance will be long to explain xD).

At the same time I am sending stored data via UDP to a remote machine
(running Java). The thing is that audio data is being received in
bursts and I've managed to find this is due to the way MediaRecorder
stores data. Do you know if it always behaves in the same way? At the
moment, data is being stored into the SD card, has any of you tried
writing into internal storage or maybe directly into a socket file
descriptor?

I know mine is not the best approach but it's still under development
(Android 1.6).

If anyone could give a hand it would be very much appreciated. Thanks.

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It takes companies in the tens of thousands of dollars to setup such
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dark... so the international tax authorities spotlight is over your heads
now.

I would expect to see a blog soon from AM with what advise they give to the
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Apple takes this cut but relinquishes the developer from such exposure.
SlideME does not only sit in the middle as payment processor with their
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So since you developers are issuing the invoice/receipts to your customers,
you may need to also collect(for some countries) the whole amount and then
pay back to AM the 30% as in some jurisdictions you will not be able to
excuse such a 30% as a commission in your books, as the whole amount of sale
will need to be considered as part of your income. Check with your
accountants to be sure though. Just outlining this possibility as each
developer can advise AM what laws exist per country so AM can adapt
accordingly as they role out AM in other countries.

George




























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Many Thanks.

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