Player Control Guide
The Microsoft Windows Media Player ActiveX control object model exposes objects, methods, properties, and events that you can use in skins and when you embed the control in webpages or custom programs.
The following topics describe several ways to use the embedded Windows Media Player control.
|Using the Windows Media Player Control in a Web Page||Describes how to use the Windows Media Player control with Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Netscape 7.1.|
|Using the Windows Media Player Control with Microsoft Office||Describes how to embed the Windows Media Player control in Microsoft Office documents.|
|Using the Windows Media Player Control with Visual Basic||Describes how to embed the Windows Media Player control in applications created with Visual Basic 6.0.|
|Using the Windows Media Player Control in a C++ Program||Describes several ways to embed the Windows Media Player control in a custom C++ program.|
|Using the Windows Media Player Control in a .NET Framework Solution||Describes how to embed the Windows Media Player control in a .NET Framework solution.|
|Creating Web-Based Presentations||Describes how to use the Windows Media Player control for URL flipping.|
|Adding Closed Captions to Digital Media||Describes how to use Synchronized Accessible Media Interchange (SAMI) format to supplement your digital media with captions.|
|Working with the Library||Describes how to work with media items and playlists and their associated attributes.|
|Burning a CD||Describes how to burn a CD by using the IWMPCdromBurn interface.|
|Ripping a CD||Describes how to rip a CD by using the Windows Media Player control.|
|Working with Portable Devices||Describes how to use functionality designed for portable device synchronization.|
|Object Model Migration Guide||Describes how to upgrade pages designed for Windows Media Player 6.4 to make them work with the new object model.|