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Managed DirectX9 and AudioVideoPlayer namespace - help required

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This is probably not the most relevant NG for this topic, but if
someone could point me to a more relevant NG I would be forever
grateful.

I am having some issues with the Managed DirectX AudioVideoPlayer
namespace. All I am trying to do is play a video file on a secondary
video device in full screen. However, as soon as the form on the
secondary video looses focus, or as it would seem, the player sets
Video.Fullscreen to false. I tried to set it back to true in the
forms' LostFocus event but alas, this event is not fired at all times.
I'm guessing this is because the form is not loosing focus, but
something to with the Video player loosing focus.

I am sure I am missing some very basic concept, but the managed
DirectX doco is so vague it's hard to follow anything but the most
basic functions.

Best Regards:

Andrew
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Try the win32.programmer.directx.managed NG.

Regards,
Phil

"The Real Andy" wrote:
This is probably not the most relevant NG for this topic, but if
someone could point me to a more relevant NG I would be forever
grateful.

I am having some issues with the Managed DirectX AudioVideoPlayer
namespace. All I am trying to do is play a video file on a secondary
video device in full screen. However, as soon as the form on the
secondary video looses focus, or as it would seem, the player sets
Video.Fullscreen to false. I tried to set it back to true in the
forms' LostFocus event but alas, this event is not fired at all times.
I'm guessing this is because the form is not loosing focus, but
something to with the Video player loosing focus.

I am sure I am missing some very basic concept, but the managed
DirectX doco is so vague it's hard to follow anything but the most
basic functions.

Best Regards:

Andrew

Nov 16 '05 #2

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