Klink45 Klink45 - 1 year ago 89
C# Question

How can I make a windows media player control's URL truly null?

I am trying to modify my track's metadata, but I can't because the file I try to edit is constantly in use. I believe this is because my

control is still reading from the file. I want it to stop reading from the file so I can edit it, but it seems I can't make its URL property equivalent to nothing- it wants to keep the same URL if I tell it to set the URL to null or
" "
. If I give it an invalid URL though, it errors. How can I make it so its URL is actually null or better yet, make it so it stops reading from my file altogether?

private void editTrackMetadataToolStripMenuItem_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
Form metaform = new MetaData();
Properties.Settings.Default.StopMedia = true;
axWindowsMediaPlayer1.URL = null;//ahahahahahahaha

Answer Source

According to the documentation, it is possible to release the current resource with the close method.

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