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I''m playing a video, and I have to know what frame is displayed on screen. I play the graph and check for TIME_FORMAT_FRAMES(and set it ). Seems easy enough, but when i get the current position, the result are inconsistent on each machine I''ve run it on. I assume this because when the graph is playing it caches what it can for speed. I tried manually seeking through the video, but that was pretty slow but other wise it was fine. Is there a way i can find what frame is actualy being displayed? NOTE: It might be wise to mention I''m using DDraw Exclusive Mode. Robert Warden Lasershot Shooting Simulations

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