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how to find time length of audio in MediaElelment

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    trun_gup

    i am using MediaElement FOR AUDIO PLAY/STOP. I want to get time duration the audio will run for like we get in Winamp. Also is there some event which is fired when the audio playback finishes. 

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    Halvor
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    phreaks

    trun_gup wrote:
    i am using MediaElement FOR AUDIO PLAY/STOP. I want to get time duration the audio will run for like we get in Winamp. Also is there some event which is fired when the audio playback finishes. 


    Quick question.

    I am building a media player / portable storage application, but have been writting custom C# classes / methods to do everything and to interact with Lame.


    What are the requirements I would need to start converting over to WinFX?

    Do I just need to download the WinFX runtime / sdk, or do I also need to be running Vista?

    I am currently using VS.Net 2005 and XP SP2.

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    trun_gup

    THNKS.. IT Worked

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    Halvor

    H4LOPR1CK: You need WinFX runtime (WinFX RC) and WinFX SDK. No need for Vista if you just want to create simple programs.

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    footballism

    Halvor wrote:
    No need for Vista if you just want to create simple programs.

    This statement is completely wrong. what do you mean by "simple programs?

    Sheva

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    phreaks

    footballism wrote:
    Halvor wrote: No need for Vista if you just want to create simple programs.

    This statement is completely wrong. what do you mean by "simple programs?

    Sheva


    So I do need Vista?

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    footballism

    H4L0PR1CK wrote:
    footballism wrote:
    Halvor wrote: No need for Vista if you just want to create simple programs.

    This statement is completely wrong. what do you mean by "simple programs?

    Sheva


    So I do need Vista?

    WPF can run on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista, so Vista is not a necessity.

    Sheva

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    phreaks

    footballism wrote:
    WPF can run on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista, so Vista is not a necessity.

    Sheva


    Excellent. Thanks for clarifying that for me.

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    andokai

    footballism wrote:
    WPF can run on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista, so Vista is not a necessity.

    Sheva


    WPF is not the only part of WinFX.

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    footballism

    andokai wrote:
    footballism wrote:WPF can run on Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista, so Vista is not a necessity.

    Sheva


    WPF is not the only part of WinFX.

    Did I say that before?

    Sheva

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    andokai

    No but the original question was:
     
    What are the requirements I would need to start converting over to WinFX?

    Do I just need to download the WinFX runtime / sdk, or do I also need to be running Vista?

    Not all of WinFX runs on XP.

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    Halvor

    Sorry for for the wrong statement. I wrote in a hurry, and i dont even bother explaining what i meant.. I agree with your quotes. Smiley

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