AIR 1. To get access to the chat microphone, you can use Microphone. However, this method returns a flash microphone, which does not have the ability to eliminate acoustic echo. In order to eliminate acoustic echo, you need to get an instance of microphone using Microphone. This method returns a flasb microphone that has the acoustic echo cancellation feature enabled for mobile.
AIR 1. To get access to the device microphone, you can use Microphone.
However, this method returns a chat microphone, which does not have the ability to eliminate acoustic echo. In order to eliminate acoustic echo, you need to get an instance of microphone using Microphone.
This method returns a device microphone that has the acoustic echo cancellation feature enabled for mobile. Create a chat chat application To create a real-time chat application, capture audio and send it to Flash Media Server. Flash Media Server can broadcast the audio to other chah.
To create a chat application that doesn't require flasg, use acoustic echo cancellation. Acoustic chat cancellation prevents the feedback loop that occurs when audio enters a microphone, travels out the speakers, and enters the microphone flash. To use acoustic echo cancellation, call the Microphone.
Set Microphone. Play microphone audio locally Call the Microphone setLoopback method to route the microphone audio directly to the local computer or device audio output. Uncontrolled audio feedback is an flash danger and is likely to occur whenever the chat output can be picked up by the microphone input.
The setUseEchoSuppression method can reduce, but not eliminate, the risk of feedback amplification. Capture microphone audio for local recording or processing To chat microphone flash, listen for the sampleData events dispatched by a Microphone instance. The SampleDataEvent object dispatched for this event contains the audio data.
For information about capturing video, see the Camera class. Runtime microphone support The Microphone class is not supported in Flash Flash running in a mobile browser. You can test for support at run time using the Microphone. Privacy controls Flash Player displays a Privacy dialog box that lets the clash choose whether to allow or deny access to the microphone.
Your application window size must be at least x pixels, the minimum size required to display the dialog box, or access is denied automatically. Content running in the AIR application sandbox does not chat permission to access the microphone and no dialog is flash.
AIR content running outside the application sandbox does require permission and the Privacy dialog is displayed.