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i love using ffplay but would like to skin it to look like rest of my gui's

is it possible to do this?  like a parent and Child  possibly?

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https://ffmpeg.org/ffplay.html  its a video player,   but it pops up in it own window,   i am working on finding winpos and skinning it,  about the best idea i'm thinking

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