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Check if SoundPlay is running/active

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Like title, i'm searching into the forum but i don't have find anything, so i'm posting a new thread

Example script:

SoundPlay("2_minute_song.mp3",0)
Sleep(5000)

If SoundPlay_isActive() Then
 MsgBox(0,0,"Song is running")
Else
 MsgBox(0,0,"Song isn't running")
EndIf

Func SoundPlay_isActive()
 ;put a function here
EndFunc

There is a way to recognize if SoundPlay is active or not?

Thanks ;)

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If you use _SoundOpen and _SoundPlay to play the file, you can then use _SoundStatus to tell you if it's still playing.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Oh, we have two different SoundPlay?

SoundPlay and _SoundPlay...

Anyway you have right, again ;)

#include <Sound.au3>

Local $aSound = _SoundOpen("2_minute_song.mp3")
_SoundPlay($aSound)
 
Sleep(1000)
 
If _SoundStatus($aSound) = "playing" Then
MsgBox(0,0,"Running")
Else
MsgBox(0,0,"Not running")
EndIf
 
Sleep(1000)
 
_SoundClose($aSound)

Thanks :D

Edited by johnmcloud

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