[Mono-list] Reading start and end selection markers in an audio file

liddlem liddlem at ananzi.co.za
Sun Apr 4 21:58:17 EDT 2010

Hi Folks
I am a total newbie to Linux, Mono, C# and audio editing - but keen to

I have a project where I would like to display images and play an audio
file. (simple enough) 

However, I would like to pre-determine when the image should change, based
on where the playhead is currently situated within the audio file.
In effect, the application will read a database (or XML) which contains
"Audio_FileName", "Start_Point", "End_Point" and "Image_Name".
As the playhead reaches "End_Point", the pointer moves the the next record
in the DB/XML, changes the image and continues playing (or skips ahead to
the next "Start_Point" if its different)

I have this all working in my proof-of-concept tool, (once the data is in
the DB) but I am making MANY instances of the same thing, so I would like an
IDE which has both an audio editor and database on screen. 
1. Open the Audio file and select the relevant portion for the image.
2. Click a button that writes the "Start_Point" and "End_Point" to my
(Inserting the start and end point by hand is REALLY laborious.)

Is this do-able in Mono / C#?

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