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True if the file was opened,False otherwise. To find out the error number, use MCIErr. To find out the error details, use MCIMsgErr or ErrorInfo associated with the errMessage constant.The status report of command is returned by MCIRetrieve.
Name of multimedia file to open (AVI, MP3, ...) or type of device to open:MciAudioCDInitializes the audio CDMciDigitalVideoInitializes the digital video playerMciVideoDiscInitializes the video playerMciSequencerInitialize the MDI mixing tableMciWaveAudioInitializes the .WAV readerNote: all the formats supported by the system are supported (which means the CODEC installed on the computer).
Name used to handle the multimedia file. This name can be used in all the MCI functions.
Type of the window or control (child window, popup, ...) in which the multimedia file will be displayed.MciStyleOverlappedStandard windowMciStylePopupWindow displayed in popup modeMciStyleChildChild window of the current window
Name or handle of the window or control where the file will be displayed. Note: The handle is returned by Handle.
Mode for displaying the file in the window:MciModeCenteredImage centered in the windowMciModeStretchedImage stretched to occupy the entire surfaceMciModeHomotheticCentered(Default value)Image proportionally stretchedMciModeNormalDisplay at 100%
Additional parameters if necessary. These parameters can be known by checking the documentation of the Windows MCI function named "Open".The MciWait constant can be added to this string. This constant is used to indicate that the program must wait for the end of the MCI command to run the rest of application.
Name of window used to intercept and manage the different messages sent by MMSYSTEM.DLL. These messages are in MM_xxxxxx format and they can be retrieved via Event. You can for example get messages regarding the management of the CD ROM or Joystick.
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