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Play your AVI files with this DirectX video player

, 24 Apr 2013 CPOL
Plays AVI files using Microsoft's DirectX.AudioVideoPlayback.
dadsaviplayer-noexe.zip
DadsAVIPlayer
DadsAVIPlayer
ac0036-24.ico
bin
Release
app.publish
Application Files
DadsAVIPlayer_1_0_0_19
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer.vbproj.user
DadsAVIPlayer_TemporaryKey.pfx
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
publish
Application Files
DadsAVIPlayer_1_0_0_17
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer_1_0_0_18
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer_1_0_0_19
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer.application
Resources
001_29.bmp
arrow_in.png
arrow_out.png
control_end.png
control_pause.png
control_play.png
control_stop.png
door.png
door_open.png
info.png
Video - AVI.png
DadsAVIPlayer.zip
ac0036-24.ico
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer.application
setup.exe
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer.vbproj.user
DadsAVIPlayer_TemporaryKey.pfx
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
ac0036-24.ico.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.application
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.deploy
DadsAVIPlayer.exe.manifest
DadsAVIPlayer.application
setup.exe
001_29.bmp
arrow_in.png
arrow_out.png
control_end.png
control_pause.png
control_play.png
control_stop.png
door.png
door_open.png
info.png
Video - AVI.png
Service References
rspPlayer-noexe.zip
rspPlayer
rspPlayer
bin
Release
mp3.ico
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
Resources
down.png
fileopen.png
info.png
Knob Shuffle On.png
Menu.png
next.png
player_pause.png
player_play.png
player_stop.png
playlist.png
previous.png
tag_white.png
up.png
rspPlayer.vbproj.user
rspPlayer.zip
Debug
gTrackBar.dll
rspPlayer.exe
mp3.ico
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
obj
Debug
TempPE
Release
TempPE
down.png
fileopen.png
info.png
Knob Shuffle On.png
Menu.png
next.png
player_pause.png
player_play.png
player_stop.png
playlist.png
previous.png
tag_white.png
up.png
rspPlayer.vbproj.user
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