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#1 Posted : Tuesday, October 5, 2010 3:05:08 AM(UTC)
kailash_cs

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Hi All,

I need to add an audio data to a dicom file, with some googling it seems it is supported through annotations and available in DICOM standard,
I  am having a client server application where user's voice need to be send to server,  looking for a c# api to achieve it. Can we stream audio data to server and create a DICOM file.

Please provide some information for this.

Thanks in advance.
 

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, October 6, 2010 5:18:07 AM(UTC)

Adam Boulad  
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You can use our Capture control (part of our Multimedia toolkit) to capture audio from audio devices. You can also use our Convert control to send the stream to the server side.
You can check the following webpages:
http://leadtools.com/sdk/multimedia/capture.htm
http://leadtools.com/sdk/multimedia/stream.htm


However, if you want to add audio files to DICOM files, you can use the Waveforms feature in our Medical Imaging toolkits.
Working with DICOM standard supports waveform storage and communication which includes audio signals (WAV files).
You can check the help topic 'Working with DICOM Waveforms' and the sample 'DICOM Waveforms' demo shipped with the toolkit.
 
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