We need a video player. The good news is that it's an 80% done and what it requires the most is a playlist scheduler. Here's more information:
This is a Visual C++ 2010 project that I’ve been working for some time. It consists of two forms: A Controls Form and a Player Form. The first initializes the second, which is simply a borderless window that contains an ActiveX Shockwave Flash Player Object in it. This control occupies the entire form, up to the last pixel of it. (Using the entire form is a must)
All this program does is playing SWF videos.
I use Flash because I can play dynamic content (like weather forecast). Also, AVI and other video formats converted to SWF are stretched out, thus using as much space as possible. I couldn’t get the same result with Windows Media Player control, and using VLC player dramatically increases the size of my final build (120 MB).
The project works, but there are some things to be sorted out, which is now your job to take care of. I've attached...