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Swift 3 – Audio Player not detecting the text of a string
I am making a simple audio player in Swift 3 that uses the sounds of a specific text. It uses a text file, which contains the string that I want to be played.
I can play the text file when I put the text file and a.wav file next to each other and the.swift extension.
My problem is that if I put my.txt file next to my.swift file it won’t work. I can’t figure out why. It seems like it doesn’t detect the string inside the.txt file.
Here’s the code:
// Initialize audio manager and set the output format
let audioManager = AVAudioManager()
let output = AVAudioFormat(commonFormat:.pcmFormatInt16, sampleRate: 44100, channels: 2)
// Open or create a URL
let url = Bundle.main.url(forResource: «Clock», withExtension: «wav»)!
let sound = try! AVAudioPlayer(contentsOf: url)
// Set sound as an AVMutableCompositionTrack and add it to the composition
let mutableCompositionTrack = avMutableCompositionTrack(composition: composition)
mutableCompositionTrack.insertTimeRange(AVMutableTimeRange(), of: sound)
// Play the track
Instead of using the text file, I used an iOS app, copied the text of the string, pasted it as a string in the app, and it played the string