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Wmploc.dll

Windows Media Player

 
     
  Description  
     
 
icon   Wmploc.dll is a 32-bit Dynamic Linked Library of code components for a graphics UI style application.
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  Key Facts from within File  
     
 
key facts   These are the direct values are extracted from the file. These are defined by the original developer. Some items may be unspecified, mistyped or out of date.
     
File description
  Windows Media Player
 
File Version
  9.00.00.3250
 
Application
  Microsoft(R) Windows Media Player
 
App version
  9.00.00.3250
 
Type
  32-bit
 
Publisher
  Microsoft Corporation
 
Copyright
  (C) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
   
  File System and OS Information  
     
 
File system  
  C:\Windows\System32

This directory holds the core operating system files and libraries.

     
Date Modified
  28-Feb-2006 5:00 am
 
Date Created
  28-Feb-2006 5:00 am
 
Size
  2,872 KB  (2,940,928 Bytes)
 
Captured from
  Core without updates
 
OS at capture
  Windows XP (SP2), Build 2600, 32-bit edition
 
 
   
  Security Validation  
     
 
security   The two security hashes for Wmploc.dll were created from the original file. The security hash is created by scanning all bytes within the file. Identical files should have the same hashes. SHA1 is considered the more secure than the older MD5 hash.
     
MD5
  519569B3CBA7A7353699425530795F5F
 
SHA1
  9FD56431303D21D4520E38DC38C96A005F17D956
   
  Additional Analysis  
     
 
notes  
  • Wmploc.dll is a PE style file.
  • This program does not appear to be internally referenced by any other file.
   
  Internal Resource Counts  
     
 
notes   Resources are read-only content stored within the file. It is mostly used to hold graphics, strings, menus and dialog templates, although other types are occasionally used. See our section on Resources Help for more details.

  Strings and Messages202   Icons (Single)286  
  Dialog Templates0   Icons (Grouped)60  
  Menus22   Icons (Animated)0  
  HTML Documents0   Cursors (Single)1  
  Accelerators3   Cursors (Grouped)1  
  Manifests0   Cursors (Animated)0  
  Fonts0   Bitmaps480  
 
   
  Icons Inside File  
     
 
notes   The single image below shows the Group Icon resources extracted from the file.

  icons
 
     
   
  Dialog Titles  
     
 
notes   This file includes dialog resources. We've extracted unique dialog titles below.
  
1About Windows Media Player
2New Playlist
3Add To Media Library By Searching Computer
4Windows Media Download
5Please Wait ...
6Windows Media Player
 
   
  Text Inside File  
     
 
notes   View the text string resources. Some filtering was done to remove non-standard characters and to limit the length strings. Strings embedded in code are not shown.
  
1MediaPlayer
Windows Media Player provided by
Windows Media Player
All Music
Current Playlist
All Video
2My Playlists
Pl&aylists
Inserts selected media into a playlist
Create or edit a new playlist or auto playlist
Displays information about the selected media
Add to Media Library
Delete item from the playlist or library
Move the item up in the playlist
Move the item down in the playlist
Deletes the currently selected playlist
Searches the Media Library
The date on your computer is set to %d, which will cause Windows Media Player to stop responding. Set the date prior to 2037, or install a new version of the Player.
Add to %s
Hide information about the selected media
Windows Media
3Microsoft Windows Media Player
%1!.1023ls! (%2!.1023ls!)
C&D Audio
the ;a ;an ;(;[
4Add To Media Library By Searching Computer
An error occurred while searching for media. The drive you selected may be invalid or unreadable.
Completed
5All Deleted Media
Most Recently Played
• Select a folder:
&Additional Playlists...
Are you sure you want to remove all deleted media from the library?
Album &Info
no items added yet
no deleted items
Local Drives
Network Drives
6Add Folder
Please enter a number between 0 and 9999. Most songs are over 2,000 KB (2 MB).
Please enter a number between 0 and 9999. The default is 500 KB.
Files added:
Search completed.
My Music Folder
Advanced &Options >>
Advanced &Options
7Now Playing
Album Art
Next Frame
Previous frame
Play Speed
16x reverse
16x forward
Next frame
Exit full screen
Premium Services
8Play speed: %s
(%d) items queued for playback
"%1!.1023ls!" by "%2!.1023ls!" queued for playback
"%1!.1023ls!" queued for playback
9\Microsoft\Media Player
10Show Taskbar
Hide Taskbar
11Local Drives, minus program folders
12The property (%s) was not found on the (%s) object
The (%s) object returned failure from an attempt to set its (%s) property
Invalid property name (%s) for wmpprop
Could not locate object (%s) for wmpprop
An attempt to get the (%s) property from the (%s) object failed
13Failed to read scriptfile (%s) from the layout package
Failed to read scriptifle (%s)
Failed to find the property (%s) from the (%s) object for the (%s) event handler
Cannot load skin file. Valid skin files begin with the XML tag, was found
Cannot load skin file. Expected , found
%s: Line: %d Column: %d • %s • %s • %*c
Unspecified XML Parse Error
Cannot save preference: The total value for preferences is limited to 4048 characters.
Cannot save preference: Names and values must not contain the ';' character.
14JPG Images are not recommended when using a transparencyColor. %s
15JPG Images are not recommended for use as a mappingImage. %s
16Total Time: %s
Estimated Time: %s
All Video Clips
Current Playlist
17MMS (UDP)
MMS (TCP)
MMS (Multicast)
RTSP (UDP)
RTSP (TCP)
18Windows Media Player Error - %d of %d
Windows Media Player Performance
Windows Media Player is switching to analog mode because it cannot accurately playback your CDs in digital mode. The following items do not work when CDs are played in analog mode: SRS WOW effects and the Graphic Equalizer.
Windows Media Player
Selecting Analog can cause background noises to record when you are copying an audio CD if a microphone is connected to your computer. For best results, mute, disconnect, or turn off the microphone volume before copying an audio CD to your media library.
Windows Media Player must switch to analog mode because there is a problem reading the CD-ROM drive in digital mode. Verify that the CD-ROM drive is installed correctly or try to update the drivers for the CD-ROM drive, and then try to use digital mode again.
Windows Media Player must switch to analog mode because there is a problem reading the CD-ROM drive in digital mode.
Windows Media Player encountered an error w...
190 stars (not rated)
1 star (don't play again)
2 stars (OK)
3 stars (like it)
4 stars (really like it)
5 stars (love it)
Windows Media Playlist (*.wpl)
M3U Playlist (*.m3u)
20Are you certain you wish to delete the %d selected items?
&Save '%s'
%s (modified)
Are you certain you wish to delete '%s'?
Changes will be applied to all selected tracks. Do you want to continue?
Select playlist options
%d stars (automatically rated)
player_overview_network
21Autodetect
Custom - %1!.1000ls!:%2!d! %4!.1000ls!
No Bypass
You must enter a range of numbers that includes at least 8 ports, or if starting with an odd port, you must include at least 9 ports. • Media Player has attempted to correct the entry, you can change this or accept Media Players entry.
22\My Music
\Sample Music
• Choose a folder to store your music.
Uses about 28 MB per CD (64 Kbps).
Uses about 42 MB per CD (96 Kbps).
Uses about 56 MB per CD (128 Kbps).
Uses about 69 MB per CD (160 Kbps).
Uses about %1!d! MB per CD (%2!d! Kbps)
Windows Media Audio
Uses about 86 MB per CD (192 Kbps).
Uses about 22 MB per CD (48 Kbps).
Uses about 14 MB per CD (32 Kbps).
Performance
player_overview_performance
23Confirm Save As Defaults
If you save these settings as your defaults, all users of this machine will have the same settings • (if they have not already used the Copy Music page to override them). • • Are you sure you want to save these settings as your defaults?
• Please select a directory for back up or restore.
Requesting approval for license restoration. This may take a few moments.
Transferring licenses to %s.
Transferring licenses from %s.
Transfer complete.
The Windows Media Player has successfully backed up your licenses to %s.
The Windows Media Player has successfully restored your licenses from %s.
Transfer complete with limitations.
The Windows Media Player has successfully backed up your licenses to %s. However, some licenses cannot be backed up due to restrictions.
The Windows Media Player has successfully restored your licenses from %s. However, some licenses cannot be restored due to restrictions.
24%.1023s isn't accessible. The folder may be located on an unavailable volume or protected with a password. Please change the folder and try again.
25Windows Media Player cannot be closed because the Player is copying files to a CD. To quit the Player, click Stop Copy, and then wait a few minutes for the copy process to stop. Then close the Player.
Windows Media Player cannot be closed because the Player is erasing a CD-RW disc. You can quit the Player after the disc is erased.
May not fit
Cannot copy
Ready to copy
Create folder
Will not fit
Finding devices, please wait...
%s bytes free space
%sKB free space
26%sMB free space
%d object(s) selected
27Erase disc
Format storage media
%sGB free space
%02d:%02d:%02d
&New Folder
;&Delete;;
28Move the media up in the play order on the portable device
Copy selected items to device
Delete selected items on device
Move the media down in the play order on the portable device
Inspecting
Converting (%d%%)
Copying (%d%%)
29Portable Device
30No device detected.
Downloading (%d%%)
31%%SelectedSize%% / %s (%s free space)
%CheckedCount% Item(s), %CheckedDurationString%, %CheckedSize%
The storage media has not been formatted for this device. You must format the media before you can copy content to it. Do you want to format the media now?
WARNING: Formatting will erase ALL data on this media. Do you want to proceed?
&Copy Music
&Stop Copy
32Copy Status
Data Provider
33%1!.1023ls! %2!.1023ls!
34Supported portable devices and drivers...
Copy in progress
35No Disc in Drive
Drive busy...
36Build playlist
37Select video zoom settings
Fit Player To Video On Start
38Associate files with Windows Media Player
File association missing, please reinstall.
39%1!.1023ls! (%2!.1023ls! of %3!.1023ls! copied)
%1!.1023ls!/Sec
Not known (Opened so far %1!.1023ls!)
The skins folder already contains a file called '%1!.1023ls!'. • Would you like to replace the existing file?
Confirm File Replace
Abort current downloads?
40License Backup
41Media Library
player_overview_medialibrary
42Now • Playing
Media • Guide
Media • Library
Copy from • CD
Radio • Tuner
Copy to CD • or Device
Skin • Chooser
Watch currently playing media
Find media on the Internet
Create playlists and manage media
Copy and play CD Audio tracks
Tune into streaming radio stations
Copy files to portable devices and recordable CDs
Select and apply a skin
43MS Shell Dlg
Autohide menu bar
Show menu bar
Plug-ins are running in the background. Click to change settings of the plug-ins
Quick Access Panel
Premium • Services
Find Subscription Services on the Internet
44Copy and play audio CDs and copy DVDs
45Confirm Skin Delete
Are you sure you want to delete '%.1023s'?
Delete selected skin
Download more skins
Apply selected skin
Corporate
;&Apply Skin;;
46;More &Skins;;
47http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=5812
48res://wmploc.dll/Offline_Buy.htm
res://wmploc.dll/Offline_MediaGuide.htm
res://wmploc.dll/Offline_Subscriptions.htm
res://wmploc.dll/Offline_RadioTuner.htm
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=9705
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=9706
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=7261
res://wmploc.dll/ICW_ErrorPage.htm
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=7262
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=5835
49&Visualizations
Show &Video
Default Preset
Maximize the Video and Visualization pane
Restore the Video and Visualization pane
Select Now Playing options
50Back to Now Playing
No Visualization
51Show album and artist information
Show actor and studio information
Find Album Info
Show album information search wizard
Find DVD Info
Show DVD information search wizard
52View DVD Info
Show actor and studio information
Click here to display a Web page where you can buy this album
Click here to display a Web page where you can buy this DVD
Buy Tickets
Click here to display a Web page where you can buy tickets
&Find DVD Info
53&Quiet Mode
&Color Chooser
&Graphic Equalizer
P&lay Speed Settings
&SRS WOW Effects
&Video Settings
Crossfading and &Auto Volume Leveling
&Media Link for E-Mail
54Dual ISDN (128 Kbps)
DSL/Cable (256 Kbps)
DSL/Cable (384 Kbps)
DSL/Cable (768 Kbps)
T1 (1.5 Mbps)
LAN (10 Mbps or more)
No video acceleration. Select if you are experiencing severe playback problems.
Some video acceleration. Select if you are experiencing video playback problems.
Full video acceleration (recommended)
Advanced video acceleration setting selected. Click Restore Defaults to use the slider.
If you are currently playing or paused, this change might result in restarting the media from the beginning. Do you want to apply the new settings?
Windows Media Player
55Resolution
56Insert a CD-R or CD-RW in %s, and then try again.
Insert a blank CD-R or blank CD-RW in %s, and then try again.
Insert a blank CD into the drive.
Windows Media Player cannot copy to the CD because the CD-R drive is in use. Wait a few minutes to let other CD copying (burning) tasks complete, and then try again.
The CD-R drive is in use.
Windows Media Player cannot copy 1 file to the CD. • You can investigate the problems that occured by right-clicking a file, and then clicking Error Details. • • Would you like to continue copying the rest of the files to the CD?
Windows Media Player cannot copy %d files to the CD. • You can investigate the problems that occured by right-clicking a file, and then clicking Error Details. • • Would you like to continue copying the rest of the files to the CD?
WARNING: This will erase ALL data on this disc. Do you want to proceed?
Windows Media Player is unable to erase this disc. Either it is not a CD-RW, or the drive is in use.
Erasing disc, please wait...
57Closing session
%1!.1023ls! - %2!.1023ls!
58An internal application error has occurred.
Can't perform operation, low memory.
Windows Movie Maker could not be started.
59player_overview_effects
60(No description)
A fatal error has occurred. • • To guard against data loss, you will not be able to save changes to this property page.
Visualization
Now Playing
Background
61If you are currently playing or paused, adding or removing a plugin may result in restarting the media from the beginning. Do you want to continue?
62Creation Date
Copyright
This appears to be the first time you have been to the Media Library. • Would you like to search your computer for media? • • If you choose no, you can go to the Tools menu and search for media to add later.
63Play Count
File Name
Protected
Station Name
%count% Items
%durationstring% / %size%
Windows Media Player cannot find the file. It does not exist or the location specified is not correct.
Windows Media Player
Select the folder where the file is located.
Media Library
%1!.1023ls! (%2!.1023ls!)
Playlist to Copy
64Temporary
The Windows Media Player has found a temporary playlist. • • Would you like to rename it now?
Remote Media Libraries
Frequency
Station ID
\My Playlists
\Sample Playlists
Now Playing
65Release Date
66Other Media
Album Artist
67Classical
68Music 56K
Music 28K
Headphones
Normal Speakers
Large Speakers
69Switch to full mode
Turn shuffle on
Turn shuffle off
Turn repeat on
Turn repeat off
Resume Play (normal speed)
No media loaded
Media Information
Open/Close settings
70Turn on SRS WOW Effects
Turn off SRS WOW Effects
SRS WOW Effects
Speaker size
Next speaker size
WOW Effect
Next preset
Current preset
Reset video settings
Brightness
71Saturation
Open/Close playlist
Previous visualization
Next visualization
Visualization name
Graphic Equalizer
Video Settings
Play Speed Settings
72Set equalizer sliders to move together in a loose group
Set equalizer sliders to move independently
Snap slider to common speeds
Select visualization
Use black as Player background color
73Difference between loud and soft sounds:
Medium difference
Little difference
Show playlist
Hide playlist
Reset sliders to default
Show Video and Visualization window
Hide Video and Visualization window
74Security Upgrade Required
License Management
The owner of the protected content you are trying to access requires you to first upgrade some of the Microsoft digital rights management (DRM) components on your computer. • • Click OK to upgrade your DRM components.
Restoring your license requires Internet access, and may result in an update to the security components used by the Player. Click OK to continue.
75When you click OK, Windows Media Player sends a unique identifier for your computer to a Microsoft service on the Internet. • • Click Learn More to find out how the Microsoft service protects your licenses, files, and your privacy.
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=7206
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=7205
When you click OK, a unique identifier and a DRM security file are sent to a Microsoft service on the Internet. The file is replaced with a customized version that contains your unique identifier. • • This increases the level of protection provided by DRM.
Turn on Auto Volume Leveling
Turn off Auto Volume Leveling
Volume leveling not available for current media
Volume leveling applied to current media
Turn on Crossfading
Turn off Crossfading
Select number of seconds to crossfade items
%1.%2 seconds of overlap
Toggle control
76Group Description
Last Played Time
Play Count Morning
Play Count Afternoon
Play Count Evening
Play Count Night
Play Count Weekday
Play Count Weekend
77Media Link
Send media link in e-mail
Set the start point of the clip
Set the end point of the clip
Send a link to the clip in an e-mail message
The Windows Media Player is currently saving content. • If you exit now, your content might be incomplete. Do you want to exit the Windows Media Player?
Will not work for local files.
78Select video size
Play at slower than normal speed
Play at faster than normal speed
Play at normal speed
http://services.windowsmedia.com/cover/
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/buynow9.asp?
http://windowsmedia.com/mediaguide/albuminfo/albuminfo.asp?
http://services.windowsmedia.com/dvdcover/
79http://windowsmedia.com/redir/buynow9.asp?
http://windowsmedia.com/mediaguide/albuminfo/albuminfo.asp?
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/findmedia.asp?
80http://windowsmedia.com/redir/submittoc.asp?
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/QueryTOCExt.asp
res://wmploc.dll/Offline_MediaInfo_NowPlaying.htm
http://windowsmedia.com/mediaguide/buynow/buynow.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/buyticket9.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/IDPPage.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/IDPLogo.asp
Device Activation
Your portable device requires additional security before protected files can be copied to it. • • Click OK to obtain the additional security for your portable device. The version of Windows Media Rights Manager on your computer may also be updated.
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=9572
81Media changing...
Locating media...
Connecting to media...
Loading media...
Opening media...
Media open
Acquiring codec...
Codec acquired
Acquiring license...
License acquired
Starting individualization...
Individualization complete
Waiting...
Connecting...
82Fast Forwarding
Rewinding
Buffering
83Transitioning
Attempting to reconnect
84Disconnected
Playing: %d K bits/second (variable bit rate)
85Network Congestion
Poor reception
Director: %s
Studio: %s
Chapter %s
Rating: %s
Starring: %s
No information available
Network is too busy to play file at original quality
86http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=8792
HDCD Audio CD playing
HDCD Audio CD detected
%s% complete
Current position
Track name
Progress bar Control
Slider Control
Right/Up Arrow to increase, Left/Down Arrow to decrease
F10 Up; F9 Down
87Spacebar or Enter
Fast Forward
Ctrl+Shift+F
Ctrl+Shift+B
88Full Mode
Minimize Window
Close Window
Shuffle Playlist
Image control
Now Playing
Media Guide
Copy from CD
89Media Library
Radio Tuner
Copy to CD or Device
Premium Services
90Restore Down
Copy from CD or DVD
Current Playlist
Media Information
Video and Visualization display area
Genre: %s
Label: %s
Length: %s
AMG Rating: %s stars
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/mediaguide.asp?WMPFriendly=true
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/radiotuner.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/QueryTOCNP.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/radiopresets.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/querydvdidExt.asp
http://windowsmedia.com/redir/DVDWizard.asp
91Currently playing list of Media
Use up down arrow keys to start navigating the list
92Full-screen controls lock
Always Show or Autohide full screen controls (toggle)
Fast Play (1.4x)
Faster Play (2x)
Fast Forward (5x)
93player_overview_privacy
94player_overview_security
95You are about to change security settings that will affect the way scripts and active content can run in Microsoft Internet Explorer, Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Media Player, and any other programs that use Security Zones.
96You are currently copying music to %1!.1023ls! at %2!d! Kbps.
You are currently copying music to %1!.1023ls! at %2!d! to %3!d! Kbps.
97Installing %1!.1023ls!...
Sending request for %1!.1023ls!...
Error downloading %1!.1023ls!
98NONE_MAGIC_STRING
(Space)
_ (Underline)
99Track number
Song title
100Sample Artist Name
Sample Album Name
Sample Genre Name
101View By: %s
Artist \ Album
Genre \ Album
Genre \ Artist
Genre \ Artist \ Album
Auto Playlists
My Playlists
Other Multimedia Files

Zero terminated sub-strings are separated with " • ".
 
     
   
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