[vlc-devel] Embedded vout in Windows Mozilla

Andre Pang ozone at algorithm.com.au
Thu Dec 2 06:50:52 CET 2004

Hi all,

I've been playing around with VLC's Mozilla plugin in the past few 
days, and I'm really happy (and impressed!) to see that it builds and 
works out of the box.  It's especially useful if you use 
--enable-mostly-builtins, since then all the required modules are 
compiled statically into the npvlc.dll file.  Thanks heaps to everyone 
who's worked on it -- I once again have a newfound respect for VLC's 
build infrastructure.

Anyway, I've been trying to use the VLC plugin in the context of a 
XUL-based Mozilla application, and right now the video output on 
Windows seems to be displayed in a separate window, rather than being 
embedded in the browser window at the point of the <embed/> tag.  Is 
the video output meant to be separate on Windows right now?  I'm 
guessing it's because I'm using directx_vout to display video rather 
than wxwindows, but I'm not sure if that's right.  Any hints on getting 
it to draw in the embedded area would be appreciated!

% Andre Pang : trust.in.love.to.save

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