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Eventlistener for VLC

 
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Here is my code for playing a video on vlc, what I need now is an eventlisner, can someone write the code for an eventlisner


 
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Good song choice.   What do you mean by eventlistener?  
 
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Indeed, what kind of an event are you referring to? The VLC MediaPlayer has its own event listener (org.videolan.libvlc.MediaPlayer.EventListener), but since you are not embedding that, it's not available here.
 
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How do I embed it and use the eventlistener?


 
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Is thee any other way that I can tell when vlc has reached the end of a video?

 
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