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  1. Hi, I Have a GUI with 2 VLC instance inside. I use VLC.au3 for receive the rtp streams I can watch the videos and listen the audio streams. Is there a way to read each stream audio volume value? I would like to show near the video stream the audiometers I saw some scripts to show audio meters, but only with mp3 or wav files This is my script: #include <GDIPlus.au3> #include "VLC.au3" Global $vlc128, $vlc129 Global $video_path128 = "128.m3u8" Global $video_path129 = "129.m3u8" _VLCErrorHandlerRegister() $g_hGUI = GUICreate("VLC", 200, 298, 192, 124) GUISetState() Global $Graphic = _GDIPlus_GraphicsCreateFromHWND($g_hGUI) $vlc128 = _GUICtrlVLC_Create(10,10,180,144) $vlc129 = _GUICtrlVLC_Create(10,154,180,144) _GUICtrlVLC_Clear($vlc128) _GUICtrlVLC_Play($vlc128, _GUICtrlVLC_Add($vlc128, $video_path128)) _GUICtrlVLC_SetVolume($vlc128,50) ;set the vlc volume to zero _GUICtrlVLC_Clear($vlc129) _GUICtrlVLC_Play($vlc129, _GUICtrlVLC_Add($vlc129, $video_path129)) _GUICtrlVLC_SetVolume($vlc129,100) ;set the vlc volume to max Do Until False * Not Sleep(100000) ;do nothing, just sleep 128.m3u8 file: #EXTM3U #EXTINF:321,Example Artist - Example title rtp://239.255.0.128:5004 and 129.m3u8 file: #EXTM3U #EXTINF:321,Example Artist - Example title rtp://239.255.0.129:5004 Thanks Marco
  2. TinyMp3Player : A basic Mp3 player Hold left shift key and click load music button for select a mp3 directory, instead of a single mp3 file. A random check box for listen randomly. An automatic random config set the type of Audio meter display at each start or each click on the Next button. Previous downloads : 447 TinyMp3Player v 1.0.1.7 Update of 2012-07-28 Source : TinyMp3Player v 1.0.1.7.au3 executable : TinyMp3Player.exe.html (Once this html file downloaded, double click on it for start the download) Changes : mp3 and m3u can be associated to compiled script. ( Double click ) Contextual menu can be added for mp3, m3u and folder. ( Right Click ) How to proceed : Once compiled, run it, and in tray menu click on "Add Context Menu" Once done, you can double click on any mp3 or m3u ( or Right Click on mp3 folder, mp3 or m3u ) and it will be played by compiled script. You can also Remove Context Menu ( by tray menu ) and your previous association will be restored. Gui do not close if you start a new play... Added a new skin and did a lot of cleaning ! Tested on XP sp3 32 bit and Seven 64 bit. Bass.au3 and ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>WinApiEx.au3 are needed. As usual some external files ( dll and icons ) are downloaded at the first execution to @TempDir & 'TMP'. Thanks to Brett Francis for his Bass.au3 ( external download link on Eukalyptus Topic on AutoIt.de ) Thanks to Eukalyptus, Prog@ndy for their BassExt.au3 Thanks to Melba for his _StringSize function Thanks again to Eukalyptus for his AudioMeter.au3 Thanks to Yashield for his ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>WinAPIEx UDF Hope you like it !
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