Greetings, I've now finished the first beta version of my miles 10 sound dumper. I think I have most bugs ironed out, but obviously please let me know if something is broken.
A bit late to the party but congrats on the release! I've archived MilesTools and will look into making a GUI for MSD in the next few days.
Thanks!! That would be cool.
Also I've just released a v1.0-beta3, new things:
* Add flag for specifying a subfolder to place recorded events into
* Add flag to mute sound while recording
* Add flag to modify noise floor of silence detection
* Add better command line parameter handling
* Raise floor level of silence detection
* Change 3s starting grace window to 750ms
type MSD /h to get a list of options and description of their purpose. In this release I've raised the sound floor on what is considered noise. I noticed some sound files were being recorded even after more than 250ms of silence. This should fix that and speed up event dumping a decent bit.
.lib files tell the program how to use the .dll files. @Lyxi excluded .lib files in the .gitignore, which is why they aren't on github. Did you do this on purpose Lyxi? You can recreate them yourself, but I spent the time doing it already, so you can download the two .lib files from this fork: https://github.com/zuronaught/Miles-10- ... master/MSD
. Make sure to put them in the MSD folder along with copies of the .dll files.
I've added the lib files to the repository, thanks.