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(OP)
I have posted this in the Multimedia section but will also post here in hopes someone can help.
Am producing a Training CD. Need to stream the Video content from CD rom. Cant find a way to make Media Player look to CD rom device unless I make an absolute declaration uch as D:\filename.avi. This works great until the CD rom is E: Anyone know how to make MediaBuilder to search for any CD rom drive regardless of letter. Tried File://filename.avi. No good

Thanks in advance

RE: Streaming Video

There are 3 commands in VBScript
File Object
Drive Object
Folder Object

They may help you????

here is a snippet of code from VBScripting editor in Front page 2000

Function ShowFileAccessInfo(filespec)
  Dim fso, d, f, s
  Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
  Set f = fso.GetFile(filespec)
  s = UCase(f.Path) & "<BR>"
  s = s & "Created: " & f.DateCreated & "<BR>"
  s = s & "Last Accessed: " & f.DateLastAccessed & "<BR>"
  s = s & "Last Modified: " & f.DateLastModified  
  ShowFileAccessInfo = s
End Function

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RE: Streaming Video

(OP)
Thanks Doug. Good Info. About the barcode info, Will send you a private post as that I do not believe its info for the public forum.
Mike G

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