By using the button command "VIDEO" (instead of f.ex. "LOAD;video_player.skin")
Ok, the DVD problem is now fixed but I'm still working on the video problem. It turns out a batch file I got from someone caused the DVD player to not work
Just to make sure I know what I'm talking about, how do you "execute the video command"?
Ya, that's what I thought so I guess the question now is if I'm looking at a directory of my videos and I click on one to select it, how do I make that play in the video player using "VIDEO" since it's not actually a button?
This is my current prelim code:
Code:RoadRunner Skin RRScreen VIDEO_BROWSER_OFF.jpg,VIDEO_BROWSER_OFF.jpg,VIDEO_BROWSER_OFF.jpg,VIDEO_BROWSER_OFF.jpg INC,top.txt INC,controls.txt B,0,193,200,75,"DVD", B,0,268,200,75,"LOAD;video_browser.skin", S,425,186,350,355,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,84,227,,16,"BankGothic Md BT" B,0,343,200,75,"LOAD;video.skin", END
If you click a file in a folder list, you get a ONFILECLICK event which you can use to execute something through exectbl.ini -- this is what I explained in post #16 (Above).
That's what happened when I said it went to the player screen but didn't play even when I hit play. I put in:
It's obviously just loading the skin but not loading the file and that's the part I'm unsure about.
If I put your code in exactly it brought me to video.skin for some reason so I added ||VIDEO and now it works. I knew what the problem was but didn't know how to fix it because I haven't had to use exectbl.ini yet so I didn't really know the significance of it. Now that I look through it and look back at some of the commands I can use I think I understand.
Thank you very much for all your help Konrad and guino.
Turns out I still fail.
Now that I'm at home and can actually test it (the work computer doesn't have winamp and I figured if I played it with MPC it would be cool) it STILL opens and starts to play in Winamp, then a second later it switches to MPC and starts playing again. So now it's playing in MPC in the video_player skin AND clearing out my Winamp playlist. What is going on here?
Intel D945GCLF2 Dual Core ATOM
Lilliput 7" 629GL 2008 LED Backlight
BU-353 USB GPS Receiver / iGuidance / IGO8 / Garmin
M2-ATX Power Supply
RideRunner Front End / Various Skins
Windows XP SP3
That was the first thing I checked. Double clicking on the file brings up MPC