var options=[":audio-track=5"]; // select audio track 5 (=6th, 1st is 0)
document.vlc.addTarget("...",options,2,0); // replace entry 0
Embedding ActiveX using m3u Playlists
Step 1: Create the HTML website with the VLC-Object linked to the m3u playlist
Step 2: Create your m3u playlist with all options, save and upload it to your webspace.
Step 3 (optional): Create buttons and other objects to control VLC (like document.vlc.play();)
Step 1: Creating the website to embed ActiveX Control
You should modify the values of width, height and volume (0-100) fitting to your desires. If you don't know them, simply delete them (e.g. remove width="640" from the code).
Step 2: Creating the m3u playlist
Open Notepad, create your playlist and save it as 'myplaylist.m3u' for this example.
#EXTM3U // Required to identify this file as m3u file
#EXTVLCOPT--input-repeat=-1 // repeat the following file/playlist
#EXTVLCOPT--http-reconnect=true // required for a streaming-client to enable repeat
#EXTVLCOPT--any further parameter goes here // see also VLC command-line help
#EXTINF:0, Test Description // set the title for the following file shown in your playlist
video.mpg // the actual file to be displayed
For actual looping of the entire playlist, the user has to have check 'Repeat all' under Preferences --> Playlist --> General
Mind that options have different names if you play a file locally or if you want to stream it (--sub-filter --> --s-filter)
Mind the different Options-styles:
--option A global option that is set for the duration of the program.
-option A single letter version of a global --option.
:option An option that only applies to the playlistitem directly before it
and that overrides previous settings.