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LAME / BASS with Windows Media Player.

Posted on 2006-11-17
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Hi Guys,

I am new to the wonderfull world of Delphi, and want to do something I think should be simple but I can't find any leads.

I want to pass a file to WMP, and record the stream that plays out of WMP.

How do I pass the file and get the handle? and can I increase the spead at which the file plays. I want to write the file back as a diferent file type.

Hope this is clear.

Thanks in advance.

Adam
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calinutz earned 500 total points
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Did you try using the Windows Media Player ActiveX ?
It should do the trick for you.

Cheers :-)
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I can't get the stream, once its passed if I use the Active X comp, or am I missing something?

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I have resolved the issue, and am now much more familure with Delphi, just a simple difference in languages. As I have used the Media Player ActiveX control for this. :D
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