Eureka... and this how you play a movie inside a stack on linux
capellan2000 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 14 19:47:22 EST 2013
Yes. You are correct. These commands close VLC
after playing and... LiveCode is responsive again:
shell("vlc -I dummy --play-and-exit --drawable-xid 23069197 mymovie.mp4 ")
But the most useful solution would be using Sockets
or another methods to send instructions to VLC.
Let´s hope that one of the experts in sockets and
interapplication comunication reads this thread
and finds time to help. :D
A Media Player floating inside his own stack window is useful
in many ways, until an embedded player becames available.
We just need a better way to control it.
Have a nice weekend! :)
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