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In the capture sound sample of directx I am trying to save the raw data captured by the capture buffer and then saving it to a .pcm file. I have substituted the "Write" command from the CWaveFile with "WriteFile" command from Win32. Is this procedure correct? Thanks!
HRESULT RecordCapturedData() 
{
    HRESULT hr;
    VOID*   pbCaptureData    = NULL;
    DWORD   dwCaptureLength;
    VOID*   pbCaptureData2   = NULL;
    DWORD   dwCaptureLength2;
    DWORD   dwDataWrote;
    DWORD   dwReadPos;
    DWORD   dwCapturePos;
    LONG lLockSize;
	//void* audio1=NULL,*audio2=NULL;
	void* buf;

    if( NULL == g_pDSBCapture )
        return S_FALSE;
    if( NULL == g_pWaveFile )
        return S_FALSE;

    if( FAILED( hr = g_pDSBCapture->GetCurrentPosition( &dwCapturePos, &dwReadPos ) ) )
        return DXTRACE_ERR_MSGBOX( TEXT("GetCurrentPosition"), hr );

    lLockSize = dwReadPos - g_dwNextCaptureOffset;
    if( lLockSize < 0 )
        lLockSize += g_dwCaptureBufferSize;

    // Block align lock size so that we are always write on a boundary
    lLockSize -= (lLockSize % g_dwNotifySize);

    if( lLockSize == 0 )
        return S_FALSE;

    // Lock the capture buffer down
    if( FAILED( hr = g_pDSBCapture->Lock( g_dwNextCaptureOffset, lLockSize, 
                                          &pbCaptureData, &dwCaptureLength, 
                                          &pbCaptureData2, &dwCaptureLength2, 0L ) ) )
        return DXTRACE_ERR_MSGBOX( TEXT("Lock"), hr );

				WriteFile(g_hCreateFile, 
                                 pbCaptureData, 
                                 dwCaptureLength,
                                 &dwDataWrote, 
                                 NULL); 
    // Write the data into the wav file
    //if( FAILED( hr = audio1->write( dwCaptureLength, 
      //                                        (BYTE*)pbCaptureData, 
        //                                      &dwDataWrote ) ) )
        //return DXTRACE_ERR_MSGBOX( TEXT("Write"), hr );

		//if(pbCaptureData)memcpy(buf,(BYTE*)pbCaptureData,dwCaptureLength);
		//if(pbCaptureData2)memcpy((char*)buf+dwCaptureLength,(BYTE*)pbCaptureData2,dwCaptureLength2);


	
    // Move the capture offset along
    g_dwNextCaptureOffset += dwCaptureLength; 
    g_dwNextCaptureOffset %= g_dwCaptureBufferSize; // Circular buffer

   if( pbCaptureData2 != NULL )
    {
	WriteFile(g_hCreateFile, 
                                 pbCaptureData2, 
                                 dwCaptureLength2,
                                 &dwDataWrote , 
                                 NULL); 
        // Write the data into the wav file
       // if( FAILED( hr = audio2->write( dwCaptureLength2, 
         //                                         (BYTE*)pbCaptureData2, 
           //                                       &dwDataWrote ) ) )
            //return DXTRACE_ERR_MSGBOX( TEXT("Write"), hr );

        // Move the capture offset along
        g_dwNextCaptureOffset += dwCaptureLength2; 
        g_dwNextCaptureOffset %= g_dwCaptureBufferSize; // Circular buffer
   }

    // Unlock the capture buffer
    g_pDSBCapture->Unlock( pbCaptureData,  dwCaptureLength, 
                           pbCaptureData2, dwCaptureLength2 );


    return S_OK;
}

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