Pakubumi wrote:i more thanks again, if you write in VB6
VB6 was obsolete before BlueRay existed. No-one should be using VB6 for new work today, it always sucked, and it is totally unsupported now. You should be using VB.NET. I would suggest if you must use VB6 ( although VB.NET is free, so I don't see why ), you look for C++ code to do what you want, and put it in a COM dll, that's the only way VB6 was ever useful to start with.