X360 Video Player ActiveX OCX Description
X360 Video Player ActiveX Control helps application developers to fully control the audio and video stream. The ActiveX works on most of the Windows operating system include Vista, and can be accessed from most programming languages like ASP, C++, Visual Basic, Visual FoxPro, Delphi, MS Access, VB.NET web page, and C#. The main features are play, pause, resume, stop, loop the stream. Flip and mirror the videos. Control the playback rate and adjust the volume and balance, or mute the audio stream. You can drawing an overlay bitmap and text over the video. The bitmap can be in GIF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, DIB, TGA, or DDS format. Enable/Disable the overlay bitmap when the video is playing. Flip and mirror the overlay bitmap. Provide slide and strobe effects and allow to adjust the effect speed. Also you can capture current image from the video.
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What's New in X360 Video Player ActiveX OCX 2.86
X360 Video Player ActiveX OCX Requirements
DirectX End-User Runtime