|From: Simon||E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org||1|
Date: Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 05:00:00
Subject: Problem with Mpeg audio filter!!
Can you teach me how to change the audio channels setting to "both"
with VB6 code, when playing Mpeg movie with Windows Media Player
|From: Martin Allen||E-mail: <No e-mail>||2|
Date: Sunday, February 25, 2001 at 14:43:00
Subject: RE: Problem with Mpeg audio filter!!
Thank you for your message.
The following code may help you with your problem:
|MediaPlayer1.FileName = "C:\Movie.mpg" 'Specify
a file to play
MediaPlayer1.Volume = -2700 'Set volume to lowest
MediaPlayer1.Volume = 0 'Set volume to highest
I do not know if you are talking about a DVD disc or a normal MPEG file. I was unable to get DVD files to work in Windows Media Player, but I was able to play it in a the original Media Player - file://C:\WINDOWS\MPLAYER.EXE. There is not a way that I know of to change the audio channels. Right-clicking on the player and choosing Options... and then the Playback tab, will allow to change the balance of the sound output.
Please e-mail me reply if you want any more help.
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