Reply 60 of 75, by Kisai
Hmm I used the most recent ECE based on 4259 and noticed that when the internal recording is used, the midi rendered output from fluidsynth is now missing.
In the old fluidsynth dosbox patched versions, it simply rendered the music into the audio buffer like the MT32 driver does.
Definitely not, your memory must play tricks on you there. Fluidsynth in ECE always worked via an external dll file, therefore the MIDI sound could never be recorded directly in the avi while using the built-in recording function. Either you used an external recording tool like OBS, or you used another MIDI playback option or even another DOSBox build before.
I know I used ECE at some point, I just normally don't use Fluidsynth with recordings since the games I play have the MT32 tracks, using fluidsynth on those games ends up with missing sounds. Anyway, which version of Fluidsynth are you using now? There's no version in the dll file. Are you still using 1.1.6?