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Arranging an avi play back

Posted on 1998-12-05
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Is there a way to center an avi file when it starts to play when you call it withing VB?
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The AVI comes up in the size control that you define. Set your size centered on your page and it'll come up centered. Remember that if you set the width the height will automatically be 3/4 the width as standard NTSC video follows a 3-4-5 ratio of height to width to diagonal measure.

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