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I want to write a program that has a User Interface that looks kind of like the PowerDVD interface, or at the very minimum, Windows Media Player 8.0, only I don't know where to start. Do I uses just standard C++ and MFC or should I use something like DirectX to create the interface due to the round buttons and LCD like display. I don't mean to sound stupid, but I'm not very good at C++ yet.

Thanks in advance.
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Thanks, that will work for me.
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