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Playing media file

How to run windows media player in visual basic 6.0 ?
windowsmediaplayer1.FileName="G:achu.dat" doesn't work
How start WM player?
How to stop?

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Write following code in a command button in click event

WindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = "G:\achu.dat"

click this button

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If you are using Window's Media Player 7 Or Greater then use the following code;
I Used Windows Media Player 11
'For Opening a file WindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = "<Drive>\<Path>\<Filename WIth Extension>"
'For Stoping WindowsMediaPlayer1.Controls.stop
'For Playing WindowsMediaPlayer1.Controls.play
Explore "WindowsMediaPlayer1.Controls." it has all the control u require

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Windows Media Player can't play the file.


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It is a hint note it...
I am not sure about this,
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Visual basic


What exactly do you want to do?

There are a lot of ways...one easy way is to control the mplayer app. This is a VBS script...

WshShell.Run "wmplayer.exe"
Setup a Scripting File System Object like "set oFSO=createobject("scripting.filesystemobject")"

Then use "WshShell.SendKeys" to send the keystrokes to the player

Another way is...

To embed the media then use Active X calls, which would requie visual basic.
Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, _
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) _
Handles Button1.Click
Const DATA_FILE_EXTENSION As String = ".mp3"
Dim dlgFileDialog As New OpenFileDialog
With dlgFileDialog
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" files (*" & DATA_FILE_EXTENSION & "|*" & DATA_FILE_EXTENSION
.FilterIndex = 1
.RestoreDirectory = True
If .ShowDialog() = DialogResult.OK Then
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Me.AxWindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = dlgFileDialog.FileName
End If
End With
End Sub

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