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WP8.1 - MediaElement - Detecting State for Stopped

    Question

  • I tried to use MediaElement to play a sound, and use its event CurrentStateChanged, to view the various play states.

    In particular, I need to see when it is stopped, so another source can be queued.  But in the following code, the only events I see generated report:  Opening, Playing, Paused.  And then the sound is fully over.  No Stopped ever appears.

    What am I missing? I need to bind to it.

    XAML

            <MediaElement x:Name="mplayer"  Source="Assets/test.wav" AutoPlay="True" CurrentStateChanged="MediaElement_CurrentStateChanged" >         
            </MediaElement>

    CODE BEHIND

            private void MediaElement_CurrentStateChanged(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
            {
                Debug.WriteLine(mplayer.CurrentState.ToString());          
            }


    p.s. if I detect the Paused condition, then command a mplayer.Stop(), a stop is generated. But not normally.
    • Edited by srihCsrihC Monday, March 30, 2015 7:58 PM more info
    Monday, March 30, 2015 7:55 PM

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