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Dear All:
I'm going to develop a application in PPC. I hope that I could play media
files and know the exact time position in my app.
Does anyone know how to do that in PPC2003 ?
I'm very appreciated any suggestion.
Thx for your great help

Sincerely

Kevin Lin
 
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The media player 7 8 and 9 for pocket PC uses the desktop player
versin 6.4 object model. The player object has a property
(CurrentPosition) which retrieves this value. Setting the value moves
the player position to that point in the presentation. It's measured
in seconds and is a double value.

On media player 10 for PPC, the object model changed. Use the WMP9
object model to get player.controls.currentPosition, again measured in
seconds.

HTH
Cheers - Neil


On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 01:22:27 -0800, "Kevin Lin" <b89902003@ntu.edu.tw>
wrote:

>Dear All:
> I'm going to develop a application in PPC. I hope that I could play media
>files and know the exact time position in my app.
>Does anyone know how to do that in PPC2003 ?
>I'm very appreciated any suggestion.
>Thx for your great help
>
>Sincerely
>
>Kevin Lin
>
 
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Sorry, I'm a beginner in this field. I have some stupid questions. :)

So, I could do this by WMP SDK for PPC and use Evc to do this.
But how about .NET c#. Can I do the same thing ?

Tank u for help!

Kevin Lin

"Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media]" <neil@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:vc1721pl2pah76mkcmbsh5luhpkbat28gj@4ax.com...
> The media player 7 8 and 9 for pocket PC uses the desktop player
> versin 6.4 object model. The player object has a property
> (CurrentPosition) which retrieves this value. Setting the value moves
> the player position to that point in the presentation. It's measured
> in seconds and is a double value.
>
> On media player 10 for PPC, the object model changed. Use the WMP9
> object model to get player.controls.currentPosition, again measured in
> seconds.
>
> HTH
> Cheers - Neil
>
>
> On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 01:22:27 -0800, "Kevin Lin" <b89902003@ntu.edu.tw>
> wrote:
>
> >Dear All:
> > I'm going to develop a application in PPC. I hope that I could play
media
> >files and know the exact time position in my app.
> >Does anyone know how to do that in PPC2003 ?
> >I'm very appreciated any suggestion.
> >Thx for your great help
> >
> >Sincerely
> >
> >Kevin Lin
> >
>
 
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On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 09:59:34 -0800, "Kevin Lin" <b89902003@ntu.edu.tw>
wrote:

>Sorry, I'm a beginner in this field. I have some stupid questions. :)
>So, I could do this by WMP SDK for PPC and use Evc to do this.

The SDK documentation is the correct place to review the obecjt
properties. Are you using VB.Whidbey to code the app ? Look at the
object inspector, it'll tell you all the properties and methods for
your player object.

>But how about .NET c#. Can I do the same thing ?

I guess so. I don't know anything about stand-alone application
programming for the PPC though, I'm a web developer.

Cheers - Neil

>Tank u for help!
>
>Kevin Lin
>
>"Neil Smith [MVP Digital Media]" <neil@nospam.com> wrote in message
>news:vc1721pl2pah76mkcmbsh5luhpkbat28gj@4ax.com...
>> The media player 7 8 and 9 for pocket PC uses the desktop player
>> versin 6.4 object model. The player object has a property
>> (CurrentPosition) which retrieves this value. Setting the value moves
>> the player position to that point in the presentation. It's measured
>> in seconds and is a double value.
>>
>> On media player 10 for PPC, the object model changed. Use the WMP9
>> object model to get player.controls.currentPosition, again measured in
>> seconds.
>>
>> HTH
>> Cheers - Neil
>>
>>
>> On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 01:22:27 -0800, "Kevin Lin" <b89902003@ntu.edu.tw>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >Dear All:
>> > I'm going to develop a application in PPC. I hope that I could play
>media
>> >files and know the exact time position in my app.
>> >Does anyone know how to do that in PPC2003 ?
>> >I'm very appreciated any suggestion.
>> >Thx for your great help
>> >
>> >Sincerely
>> >
>> >Kevin Lin
>> >
>>
>
 

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