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I'm somewhat new to Windows device drivers. I've written a handful of software-only kernel drivers. Mostly just as a test. I've never written any hardware (sound) drivers though.
So now I need to see if I can write a software-only driver that can act as a virtual (U S B.) sound input. It should accept sound data via network and present it in the system as a virtual sound device (say, a microphone, or a sound input device) to let other running software (in user land) to use it as if it was a physical microphone.
So I have a couple of questions, if you don't mind:
It would really help if there was a code sample that I can review that does a similar thing.
I understand that there are technically two questions in one here: how to receive data via a network (from the kernel) and how to create a virtual sound device.
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