I posted a rather lengthy tutorial a week or so ago on embedding Windows Media Player in a vb.net app to build a video library. I don't see it in the vb.net tutorial section anymore. Could somebody please look into this and put it back? I wanted to refer a new poster to it but when I went to get the link it wasn't there. I put a lot of work into it and I'd hate to think it has been deleted.

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How To Make my own Media Player in VB NET

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whenever I play a movie or music file, no matter what media player I use (vlc, WMP, nero) it doesnt give sound. Youtube and other internet audio/movie works fine, also windows sounds, audio test, works. But not the media players??? Not even the green bars are jumping? how, help plz

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Hi, I have a problem that windows media player cannot play vob files in windows 8.I have already installed k-lite codec. In windows 7, I can watch any video files with wmp player. Please help me!

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Hi all!! I am building a media player in flex that uses video streaming through rtmp:// I want to get its bandwidth usage but found out that we can't get bytes loaded for video streaming. Is there any way to get it through php or js? I mean php gets memory usage of flex application. Is it possible? Please help.

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**Stick with me for some time, this may get pretty difficult and dizzy to understand. This isn't a bug that I want to resolve. It's rather a bug that I want understand and be able to answer "How it's possible?"** There is SMPlayer (Media Player) on internet. I watched "Seuss' Lorax" couple of times. I wanted just listen to a particular song that was sung in this movie. I started the movie, put on that certain moment when music starts. And I switched to Firefox (maximized), to work on website project. I looked on an place-holder image and it looked …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]19749[/ATTACH]I recently had the chance to play with GiiNii's 8-inch "All-In-One" digital picture frame (Model: GH-8DNM), I know all of you are thinking, "Not another digital picture frame!" but this one is was fun and easy to use, unlike every other digital picture frame I've used before. [B]So Easy[/B] It takes all sorts of media to grab pictures from; if it can hold data that can be used with the "All-In-One". SD cards, multimedia cards, XD-picture cards, USB flash drives, and even cameras that are USB compatible... say goodbye to transferring files to the computer first! It also has nice …

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