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What are my options for playing MP3's using VB

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I'd like it to be completely transparent and not subject to user intervention.
Just hit the .exe and go.
I have tried Windows Media Player OCX.
Anything else available.?
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With the MediaPlayer OCX, have you tried setting the autoplay to true and the visible property to false??


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Yes...it works, just not that great. I'm trying to run it along with a PowerPoint presentation and the audio skips each time the slide changes. Thought maybe another OCX or something might work a little smoother.
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How fast is the system you're running on??
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