This topic documents a feature of HTML+TIME 2.0, which is obsolete as of Windows Internet Explorer 9.
Obsolete. Enables access to the sound properties of the player.
abstract Obsolete. Retrieves a description of the media file if available. author Obsolete. Retrieves the name of the media file's author if available. begin Obsolete. Begins playback on the player. canPause Obsolete. Retrieves a value that indicates whether the media file can be paused. canSeek Obsolete. Retrieves a value that indicates whether the media file is capable of locating a specific time in the media's duration. clipBegin Obsolete. Sets or retrieves the beginning point of a sub-clip of a continuous media object. clipDur Obsolete. Outputs the effective media duration. clipEnd Obsolete. Sets or retrieves the end point of a sub-clip of a continuous media object. copyright Obsolete. Retrieves the copyright information associated with a media file. currTime Obsolete. Retrieves the current playback time of the player. customObject Obsolete. Allows the player to pass in a dispatch that implements the custom object model. This interface can be passed out to script. Detach Obsolete. Used by the host to control player lifetime. end Obsolete. Ends the progression of the media. hasAudio Obsolete. Retrieves a VARIANT_BOOL value that indicates whether the media contains audio. hasVisual Obsolete. Retrieves a VARIANT_BOOL value that indicates whether the element can draw on the screen. Init Obsolete. Used by the host to control player lifetime. mediaDur Obsolete. Retrieves the duration of the element's media file. mediaHeight Obsolete. Retrieves the rendering height of the media. mediaWidth Obsolete. Retrieves the rendering width of the media. pause Obsolete. Pauses playback on the player. playList Obsolete. Retrieves playlist information if the player supports play lists. rating Obsolete. Retrieves the rating of the media file. repeat Obsolete. Player repeats playback. reset Obsolete. The HTML+TIME (Timed Interactive Multimedia Extensions) host calls ITIMEMediaPlayer::reset when it's time state has completely changed and the control needs to adjust it's internal state to match that of the HTML+TIME host. resume Obsolete. Resumes playback of media. seek Obsolete. Seek to a specified point of media playback. src Obsolete. Sets the source URL of the media. state Obsolete. Retrieves the current state of the media's timeline. title Obsolete. Retrieves the title of the media file.
This interface is only relevant for people who are writing a custom player for HTML+TIME.
Custom media players for HTML+TIME are no longer supported as of Internet Explorer 7.
Stock Implementation mstime.dll Custom Implementation No Inherits from IUnknown Header and IDL files mstime.h, mshtml.idl Minimum availability Internet Explorer 5.5 Minimum operating systems Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0