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Media Player Properties

You can use Media Player properties to adjust the appearance and functionality of a Media Player component.

Adjusting Media Player Properties

Select the corresponding component in the Scene Manager and go to the Layout section located under the Properties tab in the Inspector. You can type a value into the corresponding field, select a value from a list, or right-click a numeric field and change its value by moving your mouse while keeping the right mouse button pressed.

Media Player Properties

You can modify the following Media Player properties.

Working with Media Player Properties

The properties for the Media Player component are quite similar to those that you would find in audio and video players such as iTunes and Quicktime. Many of the available properties such as volume and loop will be familiar to you from those applications, so no further explanation of their functionality is given.

Volume Control modes allow the component to react to the user's touch behavior, particularly the scaling of the component. Fixed keeps the volume at its original setting. Scaling sets the volume in proportion to the size of the media player. Solo means that only the media player last selected is heard. Solo Scaling combines the Solo and the Scaling modes.

The Advance Interval setting takes effect only if the Auto Advance checkbox above it is activated. Media that has a defined playback length such as videos aren't affected by the Advance Interval setting, i.e. the playback proceeds right after the playback of the corresponding media is complete.

Note: Media player Fill Modes might interfere with Drop Pane fill modes. Make sure to test this interaction in order to get the desired results.

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