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Autoit and Mplayer

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hey autoit users. I need some help. I've been working on a script to open media files and have then run in mplayer. My only problem is that I can't figure out how to actually send the selected media files into mplayer and have it run. and if possible is there a way to embed the mplayer video window into the gui. Thanks in advance for those that answer

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Zach Thibeau

http://portableappsworld.com Admin and Developer


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GUI = SciTe >> Tools >> Koda

Other Help = Search Function Works Wonders


[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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as for those I already tried that and as for the search feature I already checked before I posted this message. All solutions don't seem to work for me


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Very Astute. (Sarcasticly) I know all that I mean I need a way to get it so my selected media is opened to mplayer I mean I got it half way so that it runs mplayer but not playing the selected file. I want to find out how I can possibly get my selected file to run in mplayer


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Very Astute. (Sarcasticly) I know all that I mean I need a way to get it so my selected media is opened to mplayer I mean I got it half way so that it runs mplayer but not playing the selected file. I want to find out how I can possibly get my selected file to run in mplayer

(Pissy) If you look at any of the links that I sent you too, and read any of the code that you said you've looked at, nearly every one of them show you how to open a audio/video file with another program. So, NO, you don't know.(/Pissy)

Run

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File Location of MPlayer

+

Parameter break = space

+

File to open

.......

or

.......

Look at ShellExecute().


[center]Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.[/center]

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I'm sorry if I sounded rude but that was not my intention. and I just tried you link and it seems that the page no longer exists or it has been temporarily disabled


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