Extract QuickTime Files From A Resource And Convert Them Into Separate Files?

Jun 8, 2009

I have a resource file for a program, and i have determined that the resource file just a big string of files glued together whole, i know that the movies contained in the file are quicktime mov. Where can i find information on the quicktime header? and how can i determine the length of a file once i find it?


Embedded Resource - How To Extract Files

Dec 14, 2009

I want to create a patcher/installer type program. I have 3 files that need to be embedded or stored in a file. Two files need to be extracted when user clicks a button and one of those two files need to be run with a parameter when the button is clicked and last file needs to be extracted when program closes down. All 3 files need to be able to be updated in the program.

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Mar 12, 2009

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Feb 26, 2011

So i created resource file New --> new file --> Native Resource Template Then added icons with custom id, like "x", "u_100", .. so i understand, what the files (in my case icons) is.. And i saved as 32-bit resource file (*.res) So i have a question, how can i use these files inside of resource file in my apps? i know how to add icons in to my app.. Me.Icon = New Icon(C:/icon.ico)

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Aug 13, 2010

I have been looking for the code to convert multiple Jpg, jpeg or bmp image files to avi , wmv and quick time movie file format, I have been searching for this but could not find any source code or examples but i did found the reverse of it (converting Swf or flash to image file).

how to do this in vb.net without using any third party dll's or programs.

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Sep 18, 2009

I have been looking for the code to convert multiple Jpg, jpeg or bmp image files to avi , wmv and quick time movie file format, I have been searching for this but could not find any source code or examples but i did found the reverse of it (converting Swf or flash to image file).

Any one knows how to do this in vb.net without using any third party dll's or programs.

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Dec 25, 2011

when i add a few resource files and add them in go to debug i get this error

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Dec 22, 2011

How do I create separate files in a VB Express 2010 project?[code]...

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Query 2: Can I create a file similar to MyOutput.vb so that both MyModule and MyClass can include statements like[code]...

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Aug 8, 2011

VB.Net Windows forms feature controls that are often dragged from the toolbox onto the form. The code for the control goes right into the form. Usually this is great, but is it possible to write the code for a UI control (like a panel) into a separate file which can then be imported or otherwise included into the main Form Class?

Context (a.k.a. long version): I have a form with an unchanging column of navigation buttons on the left hand side. The rest of the form is taken up by different panels, which in turn have different controls of their own. Clicking the different buttons on the left should cause these different panels to appear (clicking button "A" brings up panel "A"; button "B" brings up panel "B", etc.), but the left-hand menu should stay unchanged.

I'm having a hard time implementing this design in an elegant way in VB.Net. If I make each panel a separate Form, I have to duplicate the code that builds the unchanging left-hand menu in every file, which is terrible. I tried using inherited forms so the separate panels would inherit the left-hand menu from a master form, but that means each click on the menu sprouts the new form in a new window, and although the left-hand menu is inherited, the menu that I clicked and the identical-looking menu in the new window are not the same objects in memory and have no knowledge of each other.

I just want one window with central content that changes based on what you click on the left-hand side. A solution to this would be for the panels to be just that - panels - and not separate forms as I'm currently doing it. But this gets messy organizationally because the code for all of the panels has to be in the one massive master file. Hence the short form of my question (see above): How can I code a panel in a separate file and then bring it into the fold of the main form?

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Mar 18, 2012

In Java you can store a class in a separate file and instantiate it from a method in another file as long as the class file is in the same directory but this doesn't seem to work in Visual Basic.

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XML Encryption/Decryption In Separate Files?

Apr 27, 2011

I need to encrypt an XML file, send it to another location and decrypt it there. As you can see from the codes below, I am using the same key but it won't work (for now im simply using two local files).

The error I get is as follows:

Padding is invalid and cannot be removed.on this line in Decrypt.aspx: Dim xReader As XmlTextReader I am thinking it might be at the actual encryption stage causing errors e.g., file not saving correctly.

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Feb 14, 2012

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Jul 14, 2011

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Mar 4, 2011

how do i open a .exe file from inside the resource by click a button which will open a .exe file in the resource folder, which will work on any pc. The .exe will be like a installer or something. so basicy Click the button it will launch the installer and this will with on any pc?How do i do this?

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I was wondering what code could I use to extract .txt.gz files?

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Mar 11, 2011

i was just wondering if in Visual Studio there was a way to put all the referenced DLL files in a separate folder for when you build the project? I'm talking about when you build the project and go in Bin/Release or Debug, i have the exe file along with all the DLL files in the same folder and would like to clean it up and get the dlls in a separate resource folder or something like that.

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Make Two Separate Txt Files And Have A Username In One And Password In The Other?

May 5, 2009

I want to create a login system. I want the username and the password to be in the same .txt file so the name is settings.txt and in side i have my username and password?All i know is how to make two seprate txt files and have a username in one and password in the other. I want it to read

Mike (Username)
Blue (Password) But in the same txt file.

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Apr 15, 2010

If I have added an html file to my vb 2008 form app project - for use with the webbrowser control. What would be the correct syntax for navigatingto it from the webbrowser.navigateto method.

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Nov 3, 2009

previously i have coded: Me.PictureBox1.Image = Image.FromFile(Application.StartupPath + "\JPG LandoltC" + filePath + ".jpg") where filePath is the function to locate the name of the pictures but now i have to put everything into the .exe to make it more "sightly" so now i'm trying Me.PictureBox1.Image = My.Resources.filePath and its not working.

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Dec 10, 2010

I have an application that uses resource files (.resx) to switch the application between languages.These resource files are compiled at development time to create the dll'sHowever, there are many times when an application gets deployed onsite, and there are spelling mistakes, or general mistakes in the translated text.

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Dec 30, 2009

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Nov 21, 2011

I have a VB project which has a list of forms, one of the Forms resx file doesn't contain information about controls and seems to be corrupted, now I want to regenerate the resource files again for the form, how can I do that?

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IDE :: Resource Files Not Linked To Assembly?

Jun 11, 2010

I'm having an issue linking a lot of .resx file into a compiled assembly to be used in an asp.net web app. The error message I get is:
Could not find any resources appropriate for the specified culture or the neutral culture. 

Make sure "Reports.My.Resources.ArgsRptAgeAtAdmission.resources" was correctly embedded or linked into assembly "Reports" at compile time, or that all the satellite assemblies required are loadable and fully signed.

My solution is set up as so:

Two .dll projects, both building a 'Reports.dll' at the same location (to be able to compile different sets of reports into the website). 

One web app project

Each project is located in their own separate folders.
When I build my reports dll project, it saves the assembly in the site /bin folder. I then run the site, builds without errors. I get the exception when I try to load the report that uses the embedded resources. I find it odd, as in code I can access Reports.My.Resources.ArgsRptAgeAtAdmission just fine with Intellisense. 
In the report code files, the exception is being thrown from the code

Dim resources As System.ComponentModel.ComponentResourceManager = New System.ComponentModel.ComponentResourceManager(GetType(Resources.ArgsRptAgeAtAdmission))
'Exception is thrown here _____ / _______
Me.textBox3.Text = resources.GetString("textBox3.Text")

The assembly is also being loaded in to the page through reflection, if that makes any difference.

What am I doing wrong in this scenario? I can retrieve the string value by directly calling Reports.My.Resources.ArgsRptAgeAtAdmission.textBox3_Text without error 

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Include Resource Files For Each Language?

May 31, 2011

i have been looking over the msdn article to translate an application over here http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...(v=vs.80).aspx this makes sense to include resource files for each language, giving each resource the file naming convention e.g de-DE for german and letting the system pull the correct resource string through based on the regional system settings. I can see how this will work for strings such as message boxes the article states I need a resource file for each language. all variables will be the same accross all resources, I just need to store the translated string against the correct variable.

I have a question about designer contents I have several forms I've used the form designer to set the forms text and controls text.I can see that a form has a language property that you can set and translate the strings from the designer. my understanding is that a resource file will be generated per form per language changing the language property of the form.

my question is can the above msdn article be mixed with forms designer language method? if so, will this be too many resource files?What is the best practice for application translation?

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Jan 3, 2011

I have written a simple app that allows our clients to access documents they might need throughout their time of doing business with us. They access these document via a button click event. First off I'd like to publish this program and install it onto a CD so that the end user does not have to install anything on their machine. They just simply pop the CD in and the program runs and they can click on whatever document they need. I'm having to trouble figuring out how to install it on a CD. I am also pretty sure i've done my mouse click events incorrectly because i have the exact path to the documents in my resources file.

i'm currently using the "System.dianogistics...process"(i'm not sure if thats the exact syntax and i forgot a couple of the words) function(i'm not sure if this is a function or not. i'm not super familar with VB). but when i use this method it requires the exact path for the file. which doesn't make sense if i want it on a CD which would change the location of the file for my C: to E:.

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Aug 27, 2009

I have a question about creating a multi-language application and the use of resource files. I will explain what I have done and what I would like the final product to be like.I am doing this in VB.Net and using Visual Studio 2008 After creating a new project, I added a resource file to the project (Add -> New Item, Selected Resource File, named it Resource1.resx).

I then double clicked the resource file and was able to add some names and values. For example,

Name - lblFirstName, value - John
Name - lblLastName, value - Smith

On my form, I have 2 labels: FirstName, and LastName

In Code, I added

FirstName.Text = My.Resources.Resource1.lblFirstName
LastName.Text = My.Resources.Resource1.lblLastName

If I run this code, it works fine. John and Smith are displayed on the labels. Now for my question. Say instead of first and last name the labels (buttons, menu items, etc.) were actually words that would be different in different languages. What I would like is to have something like


Each resource file would contain the same names, just different values. Depending on what language was selected, decided by the user (from a menu), how can I get the matching resource file to be used.

Basically what I want would be FirstName.Text = My.Resources.<Language Specific Resource File>.lblFirstName

Is something like this possible? Is this an acceptable approach? Is there a better way of doing this? I try to check often to see if there are follow up questions or if more information needs to be provided.

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Apr 10, 2011

Lets say I have a multi ligual application where I have 3 resources files for each form
I have saved some strings in each file , can i read the resource from code where I can specify the file want. Lets say I want to read the .fr file only and when the user chooses another language I choose the other - I am saving not the controsl text, I am saving msgs.

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May 5, 2011

I am working with .net resources using LINQ to XML. I want to edit some resources, so I coded this:

Public Shared Sub AddTranslation(ByVal filename As String, ByVal name As String, ByVal value As String)
Dim items = From translation In XElement.Load(filename).Elements("data") Where translation.Attribute("name").Value = name


This seems to work, and even when I debug VisualStudio says that the file changed, but actually it doesn't. I think the problem is in the Save() action, but I don't know other way to save it...

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Dec 8, 2010

implmentation of using resource files for my UI, based of user preference.

Note: Ive never worked with resources files before for creating a multi-lingual app.

also this might be placed on the wrong forum board.

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Nov 30, 2009

I'm not sure if I'm gonna feel like an idiot after posting this, but here goes . I have taken my first shot a writing a code generator. not too shabby for my first go round, but I already see some ways it can be vastly improved. Not there yet, however. One of the things this code generator does is pull text templates (MANY text templates! Over and OVER again!) from a project resource file. I have added them to the resource designer as linked text files.

Now, the way the generator is written, there can at times be a LOT of iteration (think writing property declarations for a Classs which represents a database entity, as well as the backing fields for those property declarations, etc.).

Is there any significant performance hit to repeatedly accessing a resource? I have looked around on msdn and this forum (and will continue to investigate), but I am hoping someone can give me some clarification.

I SUSPECT that use of a resource file means a trip to the Hard drive each time one accesses it . . . Right? It IS a FILE, linked by it's PATH, right? Due to it's having been designated as a project resource, id a resource file somehow "magially" made available in memory, so that the disk round trip is not necessary?

I suspect I should be retreiving popular resources into a persisted Class-level variable if I plan to use them often within a specific class scope, and at the method level if I plan to perform a significant number of iterations whihc require the resource within the method.

AM I on the right track, or is the resource retreival trivial? I am NOT concerned about milking maximum performance out of a generator tool; it is acceptable for this process to take a little time. However, I also don't want to be sloppy unecessarily.

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Apr 12, 2011

As I'm working with some image files for my project, where should I store it ?I mean, they will be displayed frequently to the user. What I do currently is store in the app directory and when needed, I use:

PictureBox1.Image=New Bitmap(Application.StartupPath & "ImageName.png"

For some background images, I used to set it at design time. That is, selecting the image needed using the Image property and never changes it at runtime.So, what will be best place to store it efficiently.

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Jan 23, 2009

I've been searching in google for some time now and i've just found answers like "Resources are embedded in the exe so you can't retrieve the path" and other answers which are complicated and not even explained how to use the code. ~~However my problem is that i have a .txt resource file in my resources and i want to edit the content of the file so i triedIO.File.WriteAllText(My.Resources.MyTextFile, "some string")but that didn't work out since [My.Resources.MyTextFile] retrieves the content/value of the resource so what i want to do is edit the resource file simply, from within my application, not by going to My Project > Resources and from there, edit the file

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Oct 28, 2011

i'm developing an application that extracts all the icons of a .exe file or a .ico file. the ExtractAssociatedIcon in System.Drawing.Icon only do this for the first icon which is 16x16. I would be able to extract the other formats like 64x64 or 128x128. I know that there is a Windows API that may help me, but i don't know how to call its methods or even how to use that.

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Aug 31, 2009

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I am currently using a open source .dll to extract zip files but I was told .NET has this functionality as well. I can't find it anywhere though. Do I have to add it to the reference folder manually or something?

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Nov 9, 2011

I have an VB application in which all UI controls are displaying in english language, i wanted to convert them into Chinese language.I was able to create Chinese locale specific resource files which has file extension as zh-CHS using a tool,

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All right, here's my issue. I have a resource that is a text file. I'm trying to use a StreamWriter to edit it. I've done it in C# but can't find my example files.

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