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    use a Process, and simply "run" the file (If you happen to know the parameters for launching in fullscreen, then add that too). [code=vb.net]Dim prc As New Process prc.StartInfo.FileName = "C:\mediafile.avi" prc.StartInfo.Arguments.Insert(0, "-Fullscreen") prc.Start()[/code] Read More

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    you can also use media player control object. add this from component. [code=vb.net] on the form load Me.WindowState = FormWindowState.Maximized AxMediaPlayer1.FileName = "C:\movie1.avi" AxMediaPlayer1.Play() AxMediaPlayer1.ShowControls = False AxMediaPlayer1.AllowChangeDisplaySize = False AxMediaPlayer1.EnableContextMenu = False AxMediaPlayer1.ClickToPlay = False AxMediaPlayer1.SendKeyboardEvents = False Me.Cursor.Hide() At the end of stream event Private Sub AxMediaPlayer1_EndOfStream(ByVal sender … Read More

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use a Process, and simply "run" the file (If you happen to know the parameters for launching in fullscreen, then add that too).

Dim prc As New Process
        prc.StartInfo.FileName = "C:\mediafile.avi"
        prc.StartInfo.Arguments.Insert(0, "-Fullscreen")
        prc.Start()
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thx buddy
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you can also use media player control object.
add this from component.

on the form load

Me.WindowState = FormWindowState.Maximized
AxMediaPlayer1.FileName = "C:\movie1.avi"
AxMediaPlayer1.Play()
AxMediaPlayer1.ShowControls = False
AxMediaPlayer1.AllowChangeDisplaySize = False
AxMediaPlayer1.EnableContextMenu = False
AxMediaPlayer1.ClickToPlay = False
AxMediaPlayer1.SendKeyboardEvents = False
Me.Cursor.Hide()


At the end of stream event

Private Sub AxMediaPlayer1_EndOfStream(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As AxMediaPlayer._MediaPlayerEvents_EndOfStreamEvent) Handles AxMediaPlayer1.EndOfStream

AxMediaPlayer1.FileName = "C:\movie2.avi"
AxMediaPlayer1.Play()

End Sub

on the form unload , set back the cursor

Me.Cursor.Show()
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Great
thanks again buddy
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