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load asf file in form

Posted on 2002-06-23
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I have localy an asf file.
Is there a way to put the movie in a form. At this moment I is behind a button that starts Windows Media Player.

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Go under Project->Components and check the "Windows Media Player" control.  Then create an instance of the control and do something like this (it will play automatically):

Private Sub Command1_Click()
     MediaPlayer1.Open "C:\mymovie.asf"
End Sub
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by:harryv
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Thankx it worked, I did only put the "Windows Media Player" control in the form but I forgot the command.

Thankx!

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