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Okay, so on the wizard there are only two options that may need to be changed from their defaults.
The first is the palette page, which I’ll be leaving as default “Active X”, this parameter specifies the palette page (or rather, in newer versions of RAD IDE the “tool palette page”) on which the Windows Media Player component will be placed in the IDE.
You’re looking for “Windows Media Player” and on my system this appears very close to the bottom of the list. The next page of the wizard asks for information about the Delphi component that will be created.
It’s important to understand here that the Delphi component is a wrapper around the Active X component.
Go ahead and select a location on your disk, you can place it in the same directory as you selected for the component source code for convenience.
Be sure to put something in the box for the component description too, such as “Windows Media Player” for example.
There is however an alternative component for Windows, the Microsoft Windows Media Player Active X component.
In this post, I’m going to show you how to import and make use of the Windows Media Player using Delphi.
Many components of the windows system are available in Active X form, including the web browser which Delphi wraps as it’s TWeb Browser component for VCL, and the Windows Media Player component.The code for the media player is not being imported and bundled into a Delphi component which may be linked into your application, but rather, a Delphi component which is able to reach into the Windows API’s to find and operate the Windows Media Player component is created.This means that your application will only work if the Windows Media Player component is already installed and available on the machine on which it runs.Go ahead and click “Yes” to import the VCL reference and dismiss the dialog.You’ll now see the component being built, and if all goes well you’ll be presented with this dialog…