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ADDAUDIOMODES AmigaDOS
Purpose: To build and remove a list of audio modes that AHI can understand..
Format: ADDAUDIOMODES {<name>} [QUIET] [REFRESH] [REMOVE] [DBLSCAN]
Template: FILES/M, QUIET/S, REFRESH/S, REMOVE/S, DBLSCAN/S
Path: C:ADDAUDIOMODES
ADDAUDIOMODES is used to build and remove a list of audio modes that AHI can understand. The definitions of the audio modes are stored in 'DEVS:Audiomodes'. Normally you don't have to run this program, since ahi.device automatically reads all mode descriptors when it is used for the first time. It can, however, be useful in installation scripts.

The FILES option specifies which descriptor(s) are to be added to the current mode list.

The QUIET option, if specified, will suppress error and output messages.

The REFRESH option, if specified, will scan 'DEVS:Audiomodes' and add all descriptors found there to the current mode list.

The REMOVE option, if specified, will flush the current audio mode list from memory.

The DBLSCAN option does not have anything to do with the audio mode list. If specified, it will open and then immediately close a native, double-scan screen. On some systems using a graphic card, this will enable >28 kHz sample frequencies with the native audio. You need an appropriate monitor driver in 'DEVS:Monitors' to make it work.

Example 1:

3.OS4:> ADDAUDIOMODES EMU10KX Adds the EMU10KX audio mode to the current mode list.

Example 2:

3.OS4:> ADDAUDIOMODES REFRESH Scans 'DEVS:Audiomodes' and add all descriptors found there to the current mode list.


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