Create Autorun CD Menu

Create Autorun CD Menu on portable media such as CD, DVD and USB Drive

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The Internal Sound Player





By bypassing the Windows Media Player, CDMenuPro can hand over sound files (*.wav and *.mid type only) directly to the Windows Multimedia System (mmsystem.dll). This enables you to link a sound file to every button, which is started when the button is activated. Media Player will not cover the menu window if this is done.



Internal Sound Player

Illustration of button dialog window

With the settings like they are above, the file "melody.wav" will be played on the internal player. If you only want to link a sound to the button and nothing else, you have to make sure that the "Document", "Application" and "Parameter" fields remain empty.
You can also program the background sound to pause while the sound file (in this case "melody.wav) is played. The background sound resumes playing from the point at which it was paused once the sound file has finished.
If you would like to use this feature, check the box next to "Stop Background Sound".



External Sound Player

Illustration of button dialog window

With the settings like they are above, the file "sound\melody.wav" will be played on the Windows Media Player.