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I will have to try running mpc at t32 and let you know how it goes. Binking video files would be nice unless you would like a playlist, but i guess you could just combine your vids then bink. thanks for letting me know.
just to let you know - I have had problems with .bmp's saved from photoshop with resedit. I open them in paint and resave them and all is good. I don't know why this happens but it's easy enough to fix the pictures
Wouldn't there be a way to get video to work if you used a small player that ran almost independantly, like say media player classic? you could copy media player classic to the hard drive then run a batchfile, call it playvideo.cmd, to start media player classic from DetachedProgram? This sounds like it would work and I plan on trying it out but let me know what you guys think. Of course the video file will have to be something windows can play without needing codecs.