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Contents of the Default.html File Generated by Expression Encoder
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN > <html xmlns= > <head> <script type= text/javascript src= MicrosoftAjax.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= Silverlight.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= SilverlightControl.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= SilverlightMedia.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= ExpressionPlayer.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= PlayerStrings.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= player.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript src= StartPlayer.js ></script> <title></title> <style type= text/css > html, body { margin: 0; padding: 0; height:100% } #divPlayer_0 { min-height: 100%; height:100%; } </style> </head> <body style= background-color:black;margin:0,0,0,0;overflow:auto; > <div id= divPlayer_0 > <script type= text/javascript > var player = new StartPlayer_0(); </script> </div> </body> </html>
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You can modify the behavior of the media player by modifying the StartPlayer.js file. The object creation and the media event handlers are all in that file. You can also modify the player.xaml file if you want to change the appearance of the UI.
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There are times that you may not want the visual effects of a media player as part of your Silverlight application. You may simply want to implement the media file output from Expression Encoder into an existing .NET Silverlight application. This can be accomplished by importing the encoded video file into the project and then specifying that file as the source of a MediaElement control that is added to the project. You are then able to add your own playback control and functionality that fits in with your project. For example:
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<MediaElement x:Name= movie Source= Video1.wmv Height= 300 Width= 400 HorizontalAlignment= Left />
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You can still add the media player skin as another element of your Silverlight application; however, this can be fairly difficult. The media player skin is simply a Canvas or Grid Silverlight control that contains several other controls and elements that make up the media player UI. To add the media player skin to your .NET application, you can cut and paste the contents of the player.xaml file into an XAML file in your existing application. There are some changes that you need to make, however. First the xmlns and xmlns:x properties need to be removed from the Canvas object because they are already present in your application, as shown in the following code:
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You also need to add the encoded video and thumbnail images files to the Silverlight application project. After you add the video file to the project, you need to modify the MediaElement tag in the XAML you cut and pasted earlier to include that file in the Source attribute, as shown in the following code:
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Finally, you need to look through the XAML and determine what functionality you want to implement in your .NET code. This is the difficult part. Most of the media controls will likely be a Canvas object with x:Name properties that include Button on the name, for example:
<Canvas x:Name= NextButton . . .
In your .NET code, you need to implement MouseLeftButtonUp or MouseLeftButtonDown event handlers for these controls that implement the playback, volume control, and other functionality that you need.
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Using Expression Encoder output in an asp:MediaPlayer control in an ASP. NET Web application
Implementing the Expression Encoder output in an ASP.NET Web page is actually very simple. Silverlight provides an ASP.NET control named asp:MediaPlayer that allows you to embed a Silverlight media player directly into an ASP.NET page. Using the following steps, you can quickly add Expression Encoder output to an ASP.NET Web page in Visual Studio:
1. Add the encoded media file and the player.xaml file to the ASP.NET Web page project. 2. Add a ScriptManager control to the Web page. 3. Add an asp:MediaPlayer control to the Web page. 4. Select the Design view of the Web page. 5. Click the arrow button at the top right of the asp:MediaPlayer object to display the Media Player tasks menu, as shown in Figure 5.18. 6. Click the ... button next to the Player Skin text box. 7. Select the player.xaml file from the project folder and click OK. 8. Click the ... button next to the Media Source text box. 9. Select the encoded media file from the project folder and click OK.
When you build the application, the media player is included and the playback and other controls should work normally. This is because the asp:MediaPlayer tag is based off the standard media player skin framework that Expression Encoder uses to build the skin.