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Thread: Visual sutdio-How do you play mp'3s?

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    Pallete Visual sutdio-How do you play mp'3s?

    well... how do you?
    this is my code so far

    Private Sub battle_Load

    End Sub
    what would i put to refer to a mp3 stored in my resources? the file in my resources is called battle.mp3
    Last edited by silverneo188; January 12th, 2008 at 06:40 AM.
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    It also depends on whether you are creating a WPF app or a WinForms app. There are several built-in classes that automate the process of you playing sounds, so let me know what language and platform you are writing on.

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    I found it very easy.
    Code:
    System.Media.SoundPlayer sound = new System.Media.SoundPlayer(@"c:\path\to\music.wav");
    sound.Play();
    //or
    sounds.PlayLoop();
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexgeek View Post
    I found it very easy.
    Code:
    System.Media.SoundPlayer sound = new System.Media.SoundPlayer(@"c:\path\to\music.wav");
    sound.Play();
    //or
    sounds.PlayLoop();
    Thanks
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    That's C# but I think that particular code will work with any .NET language.
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