I am trying to play some audio from within a program using
MCIWndPlayTo(m_Audio, duration); type calls.
The program is getting the path of the media from an RSS feed and the audio can be either an MP3 file or a streaming MP3 (either progressive download or actual streaming MP3). This code plays straight MP3 files fine, and it plays progressive download MP3s from a .m3u fine, but it doesn't seem to agree with streaming audio.
When I give it a stream (.asx) it doesn't do anything.
MCIWndPlay(m_Audio); is returning a zero, so I guess it thinks it's doing it right, but it's not actually playing the audio.
MCIWndPlayTo(m_Audio, duration); , It doesn't seem to like any duration I put in for it, it tells me that it's out of range. I have another topic going asking about how to put in a duration that is greater than the length, but I'd like to be able to play some duration, X, or the entire stream, whichever is shorter.
FWIW, it's not like the PC itself has a problem playing the .asx streams. If I plug the path into a browser it pops up with WMP and starts playing.
Edited 6 Years Ago by donaldw: More info